Des oiseaux (signed)

by Terri Weifenbach


Photographs: Terri Weifenbach

Text: Guilhem Lesaffre

Publisher: Èditions Xavier Barral

96 pages

Pictures: 44 colour photographs

Year: 2019

ISBN: 978-2-36511-237-6

Price: 48

Comments: Hardcover, 20,5 x 26 cm, first edition.

Created in the space of her personal garden in Washington DC, Terri Weifenbach’s photographs reveal the secret world of nature populated by birds that nest in urban gardens. Oscillating between fantasy and reality, her images seem to be taken on the sly when birds race at top speed, dance, or settle, freeze, and gather in parliaments. The seasons follow in succession, the colours of the garden vary. Saturated light and colour, plays on blurred and crystal-clear details, and freeze frames depict a “supra-reality”. Terri Weifenbach immerses us in the infinitely small, transporting us into a particularly lively and marvelous world.

This publication is part of the Des oiseaux (On birds) collection celebrating, through the vision of different artists, their immense presence in a world where they are now vulnerable. Accompanying these photographs, the ornithologist Guilhem Lesaffre writes a special essay. For this title, he sheds light on the adaptation of birds in urban environments. Previous titles in this collection include: Pentti SammallahtiBernard Plossu, and Yoshinori Mizutani. 


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Des oiseaux (signed)

by Terri Weifenbach


Photographs: Terri Weifenbach

Text: Guilhem Lesaffre

Publisher: Èditions Xavier Barral

96 pages

Pictures: 44 colour photographs

Year: 2019

ISBN: 978-2-36511-237-6

Price: 48

Comments: Hardcover, 20,5 x 26 cm, first edition.

Created in the space of her personal garden in Washington DC, Terri Weifenbach’s photographs reveal the secret world of nature populated by birds that nest in urban gardens. Oscillating between fantasy and reality, her images seem to be taken on the sly when birds race at top speed, dance, or settle, freeze, and gather in parliaments. The seasons follow in succession, the colours of the garden vary. Saturated light and colour, plays on blurred and crystal-clear details, and freeze frames depict a “supra-reality”. Terri Weifenbach immerses us in the infinitely small, transporting us into a particularly lively and marvelous world.

This publication is part of the Des oiseaux (On birds) collection celebrating, through the vision of different artists, their immense presence in a world where they are now vulnerable. Accompanying these photographs, the ornithologist Guilhem Lesaffre writes a special essay. For this title, he sheds light on the adaptation of birds in urban environments. Previous titles in this collection include: Pentti SammallahtiBernard Plossu, and Yoshinori Mizutani. 


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Des oiseaux (signed)

by Terri Weifenbach


Photographs: Terri Weifenbach

Text: Guilhem Lesaffre

Publisher: Èditions Xavier Barral

96 pages

Pictures: 44 colour photographs

Year: 2019

ISBN: 978-2-36511-237-6

Price: 48

Comments: Hardcover, 20,5 x 26 cm, first edition.

Created in the space of her personal garden in Washington DC, Terri Weifenbach’s photographs reveal the secret world of nature populated by birds that nest in urban gardens. Oscillating between fantasy and reality, her images seem to be taken on the sly when birds race at top speed, dance, or settle, freeze, and gather in parliaments. The seasons follow in succession, the colours of the garden vary. Saturated light and colour, plays on blurred and crystal-clear details, and freeze frames depict a “supra-reality”. Terri Weifenbach immerses us in the infinitely small, transporting us into a particularly lively and marvelous world.

This publication is part of the Des oiseaux (On birds) collection celebrating, through the vision of different artists, their immense presence in a world where they are now vulnerable. Accompanying these photographs, the ornithologist Guilhem Lesaffre writes a special essay. For this title, he sheds light on the adaptation of birds in urban environments. Previous titles in this collection include: Pentti SammallahtiBernard Plossu, and Yoshinori Mizutani. 


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more books tagged »Nature« | >> see all

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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com