The Juana de Aizpuru Gallery of Madrid is presenting Territoires by Pierre Gonnord until July 28. After his 2009 series Terre de Personne featuring labor’s marks on the faces and bodies of his subjects, the Madrid-based French photographer continues to work on portrait. In Territoires, he seeks to “take a distance from social reality (…) to celebrate the vital, physical and spiritual forces” of his subjects. “What interests me is building independent characters, dissident and unique, capable of inviting us to climb the slopes of the human condition in its psychological rather than social dimension” he comments.
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