A graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie, Isabelle Le Minh explores the essence and limits of the medium of photography, reactivating its history, techniques and theories. Her productions, witnesses of a polysemic work, have been exhibited in particular at the Rencontres d’Arles, at Paris Photo, at the Frac Normandie Rouen, at the Goethe Institut in Paris and recently at the Regional Center of Photography in Hauts de France with the exhibition NOT THE END. Represented by Galerie Christophe Gaillard, in September 2019 she presented the Before Something New exhibition there and has just published her first monograph After Photography & Beyond. In 2020, the Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation in Berlin is presenting her first solo exhibition in Germany, Real Crystal, after Alfred Ehrhardt. Isabelle Le Minh’s work questions the nature of the photographic medium, the notion of author, but also the relationship to time and space in her works, elements perceived as both experiments and extensions. In Japan and during her residency, Isabelle Le Minh retraced the journey through Japanese lands of James Lee Byars, an enigmatic American...
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