The Maison Européenne de la Photographie presents until June 5th, Dark Light, an exhibition by French filemaker and photographer Tadzio.
His recent photos provide no landmarks: although architecture plays a key role, it can only be identified through recollection of earlier works that have taught us to recognize its outlines. Indeed, nothing—or almost nothing—allows us to recognize, on first sight, these clustered masses, these sharp or jagged lines, and these intersecting angles as being part of a building, especially since Tadzio enjoys finding an unlikely angle that will banish any hint of narrative from the picture.
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