Photography Vincent Ferrané and the family as a microcosm
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Vincent Ferrané and the family as a microcosm

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Tommaso Berra
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al

Fragmenting habits, the context in which one lives, the bodies with which spaces are shared, this is how French photographer Vincent Ferrané seems to proceed. His works are quick, non-didactic frames of the everyday, which is perceptible from his choice of subjects, which includes affections such as his wife Armelle and their son. The emotions of the domestic experience are coloured by details and spontaneous situations, told with a point of view that is that of the husband and father who becomes a photographer, in a continuous alternation of roles that is difficult to frame in precise moments.
Thus an intimate story opens up to the outside world, often told without leaving Ferrané’s flat, small but full of narrative possibilities, which changes and modifies following the flow of his family’s life. From the clothes hung out to the sheets illuminated by the sunlight coming in through the window, Vincent Ferrané’s world is that of many people, also recounted recently in the volume Inner, published by Art Paper Editions.

Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
Vincent Ferrané | Collater.al
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Written by Tommaso Berra
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