Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon
Les Grandes Vacances <br>Bernard Faucon

Les Grandes Vacances
Bernard Faucon

Herscher, 1980
First edition
Hardcover with dust jacket, 100 pages, 245 x 270 mm
Text in French
Condition: Very Good +

 

Bernard Faucon was one of the first photographers to master the constructed image creating photographic mise-en-scène that convincingly perverts the notion of reality. His work Les Grandes Vacances composed in the late 1970s became pioneering subjective reality photographs that would push the genre to the forefront in the 1980s.

In his series of surreal but exquisitely detailed photographs, he employed both mannequins and actual children to create intricate sets that reflect playful, yet ominous situations from an idyllic childhood. These staged scenes—dreamlike but not entirely innocent—evoke reality in the unreal world.

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