Le regard des aveugles

by Georges Pacheco


Photographs: Georges Pacheco

Price: 44     35.20

Comments: Softcover

Georges Pacheco's photographic work focuses on the issue of self-representation in the portrait of photographic identity.Between 2001 and 2004, he produced the series “Le regard des blancs” with blind people with various destinies (some being blind from birth and others having lost their sight at different ages) by allowing them to make their own self-portrait. . By submitting to all of them the instruction to consider the photo shoot as a moment of total freedom, to take their time and express what they wanted (choice of body position, facial expression, etc.) , Georges Pacheco wanted to know how a blind man would approach the question of the self-portrait.


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Le regard des aveugles

by Georges Pacheco


Photographs: Georges Pacheco

Price: 44     35.20

Comments: Softcover

Georges Pacheco's photographic work focuses on the issue of self-representation in the portrait of photographic identity.Between 2001 and 2004, he produced the series “Le regard des blancs” with blind people with various destinies (some being blind from birth and others having lost their sight at different ages) by allowing them to make their own self-portrait. . By submitting to all of them the instruction to consider the photo shoot as a moment of total freedom, to take their time and express what they wanted (choice of body position, facial expression, etc.) , Georges Pacheco wanted to know how a blind man would approach the question of the self-portrait.


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Le regard des aveugles

by Georges Pacheco


Photographs: Georges Pacheco

Price: 44     35.20

Comments: Softcover

Georges Pacheco's photographic work focuses on the issue of self-representation in the portrait of photographic identity.Between 2001 and 2004, he produced the series “Le regard des blancs” with blind people with various destinies (some being blind from birth and others having lost their sight at different ages) by allowing them to make their own self-portrait. . By submitting to all of them the instruction to consider the photo shoot as a moment of total freedom, to take their time and express what they wanted (choice of body position, facial expression, etc.) , Georges Pacheco wanted to know how a blind man would approach the question of the self-portrait.


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com