North Korea remains, after some 70 years of existence, one of the most obscure countries in the world. Obviously, the radical nature of this paradox hides a reality that is more complex than what we are given to see: war, famine, dissidents, nuclear program, parades and military parades ...
0 item in stock items in stock
Last product in stock!
|Author||Stéphan Gladieu, Sam Stourdzé|
|Number of pages||153|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||237 x 186|
Followed, supervised, accompanied step by step throughout his stay in North Korea, Stéphan Gladieu invents a space of freedom within the framework imposed on him. The existence of this photographic series depends intimately on the relationship that the photographer has been able to forge with his hosts.
By choosing the studio portrait, often full length which requires a frontal pose and a direct gaze, Stéphan Gladieu has approached the propaganda image and made his approach, if not familiar, at least understandable to North Koreans.
Recently viewed items