Obsessed by the sinkholes that have riddled the dried-up Dead Sea coast for several years, Sophie Ristelhueber flew over this mythical sea in 2017 to photograph her almost Martian craters, the results of real climate bombs that reflect the environmental upheavals and political conflicts that causes overexploitation of the Jordan. On the other hand, it is the Parisian asphalt, whose close-up deformations she has scrutinized, resulting in the effects of thermal contractions of bitumen or underground roots distorting what man seeks to smooth and devitalize. Parallel to this exhibition, the Catherine Putman gallery presents a new set of editions of...
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