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- Shot on the streets of Cuba’s capital city in the nine days of national mourning after Fidel Castro’s death, a series that reflects on the country’s tense atmosphere during this historic moment of change.
- Unstaged, dystopian photographs from the streets of Paris: As with Godard’s Alphaville or George Orwell’s 1984, there is a predictive prescience in these photographs along with descriptive clarity.
- No, these are not photos from battlegrounds in Ukraine or Syria—these are from Paris, the erstwhile city of love and light, transformed into another stage for conflict in the aftermath of two years of terror attacks and heightened security and anxiety.
- This eerie, atmospheric series—which takes its name and inspiration from Jean-Luc Godard’s noir film—investigates the peculiar, frozen feeling of nighttime streets in Paris.
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