Ed Alcock engages in Home, sweet home, a reflection on his change of identity and that of his country of origin, the United Kingdom, following Brexit. The photographer, recently became French, he questions the feeling of belonging to a nation, the one we call Home. As Europe erases one of its yellow stars from its flag, he observes his country with tender, ironic and wry eyes, as a way of saying farewell.
Ed Alcock, Franco-British photographer born in 1974, lives in Paris. Member of the Myop agency, he contributes to the international press. His work revolves around intimacy and family. In 2013, he published Hobbledehoy with Emmanuel Carrère. In Love Lane and The Wait, he explores the havoc wrought by family secrets. In his latest series Home, Sweet Home, and See EU later, initiated by Brexit, he reflects on belonging to a nation.
Promenades Photographiques Vendôme 2021
Imagination – Réalité – Matérialité
Until August 31st, 2021