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Favret & Manez

“With their photographies, we are going about what defines as a protean and elastic concept: landscape. Favret & Manez they create landscape within the landscape. Urban landscape is vast and sprawling. It comprises the peripheries, the outskirts and the industrial areas. The no man’s lands, the waste lands, the immediate areas, everything that would take into account the in-between: roads, neighborhoods, crossroads, roundabouts, bypass areas, commercial centers, plants, water points, beltways, fractioned distances half-run or half-reasoned” – Sophie Braganti

Hyperboréal - Anne Favret and Patrick Manez

Hyperboréal – Anne Favret and Patrick Manez

The Hyperboréal photo series was created by Anne Favret and Patrick Manez during a residency in Iceland in 2015. They found the opportunity to continue their meticulous and documented research on the contemporary landscape, which is based on a study of the topographical but also historical, economic or social characteristics of the place.

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Arpenteurs - by Anne Favret and Patrick Manez

Arpenteurs – by Anne Favret and Patrick Manez

“Is there a world where your past reappears as if it were reality? This world is known to fans of fantasy literature and moviegoers, including admirers of Andrei Tarkovsky or Steven Soderbergh. (…) Anne Favret and Patrick Manez are a bit like the hero of Solaris. They took a closer look at a strange city, the Calern Plateau astrometric observatory located between earth and sky, not so different from a space station.” Michel Poivert

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