The book is an exploration of an African concept of life after death known as Sasa and Zamani. Inspired by the work of Kenyan philosopher John Mbiti, Marwan T. Assaf examines our relationship with death, memory of the deceased and how these relate to photography.
A photobook featuring a fictional story by Carole Naggar about the extraordinary parallel lives of Magnum photographer and co-founder David "Chim" Seymour and Tereska Adwentowska, a young Polish girl who was the main subject of one of her most famous photographs.
Artist's object by Laurence Leblanc that 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.
Olivier Culmann's artist's object, "DéfleXions, 1992 - 2008" presents some crossover tracks. Attempts or temptations that have marked the photographer's path since 1992. Diverse paths on which he has ventured.
The Eyes Publishing and Galerie VU' invited the architect Christian Biecher for the creation of an artist's book, fruit of the meeting between the architect, the photographer Denis Darzacq and the painter Djamel Tatah.