Self-mockery and the second degree are always present in Remmidemmi’s pictures. Resolutely trashy and intentionally provocative, his photographs show us inanimate bodies, face down, in disrupted situations. In chaotic settings, amongst carefully chosen objects, the series In Interiors (Style with no regret) presents us with figures that have been pushed to the ground. They are frozen and appear to have run...
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