Re – Les Réécritures de la Chair Candice Cellier searches for the beauty in what we don’t want to see. She takes portraits of patients during their facial reconstruction process and photographs the ballet of the hands of surgeons performing these procedures in the operating rooms. The Re – Les Réécritures de la Chair collection combines diptychs of surprising beauty and humanity: the delicacy of faces, damaged from birth, by an illness or an accident and the surgical act through a pictorial approach far from any documentary aspect. The aesthetic bias ends up anchoring the work of Candice Cellier in...
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