Laurence Leblanc


Laurence Leblanc

Format 10x15x12 cm

Loporello, pigment inkjet B/W prints

Edition of 15 copies


Artist’s Edition realized
on the occasion of

Prix Niepce Gens d’Images
with the support of

Picto Foundation
and Laurel Parker Book


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Artist’s object by Laurence Leblanc created for the Prix Niepce Gens dImages 2016. It was conceived around the series “D’ARGILE”, the result of meticulous photographic work, taking as its subject small clay figurines modelled to bear witness to the atrocities of the Cambodian genocide. The artist uses the principle of reversal of scale and seriality to make these faces smaller than the thumbnail of the hand, real portraits.




Yet, in order to question the value of a unique and singular life in this atrocity of numbers, Laurence Leblanc does not give in to the systematism that characterizes mug shots and plays with a renewed photographic device. The appearance of an oversized human hand or the vision of two figurines seeming to support each other are as many salient images that question differently.



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Les Amies de Place Blanche (collector edition)

Christer Strömholm

Book in a box, accompanied by an 18 x 24 cm print signed and certified by the estate and numbered to 9 copies 
3 images to choose from. 



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Accepte-le – Un album portugais 1919-1979 (collector’s edition)

"Accepte-le - Un album portugais 1919-1979" is the album of photographs of a fictional Portuguese family created from scratch by photographer Céline Gaille.

Edition of 15 copies.


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