No Particular Order – Gilles Bensimon. Milan

Milan / February 2004 / Elle Magazine USA

No Particular Order – Gilles Bensimon. Milan

Milan / February 2004 / Elle Magazine USA

Explosion, dismembering and decomposition. A seamless horizon of suspended fragments. One single frame for simultaneously reading all the parts together. Open, oversized pages, as if dismembered from the book and hooked onto the white space of the horizon, are linked by the graphic on the walls representing the loose threads of the binding.

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The photographic selection for the exhibition reproduces the combinations of images chosen by Bensimon himself for the book-monograph entitled “Gilles Bensimon Photography – No particular order,” presented at the exhibition. They are printed on big, open double page spreads made of aluminum foils, slightly detatched from the white wall – where multiple shadows reverberate with the red color of the foils’ back, recalling the cover of the monograph.

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Explosion, dismembering and decomposition. A seamless horizon of suspended fragments. One single frame for simultaneously reading all the parts together. Open, oversized pages, as if dismembered from the book and hooked onto the white space of the horizon, are linked by the graphic on the walls representing the loose threads of the binding. The photographic selection for the exhibition reproduces the combinations of images chosen by Bensimon himself for the book-monograph entitled “Gilles Bensimon Photography – No particular order,” presented at the exhibition. They are printed on big, open double page spreads made of aluminum foils, slightly detatched from the white wall – where multiple shadows reverberate with the red color of the foils’ back, recalling the cover of the monograph.

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bensimon_2321
bensimon_2294
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