Published as part of the exhibition ‘Architecture exquise’, curated by Jean-Baptiste Friot, this book questions the consensus of what can be thought of as historical heritage. In other words, it examines the controlling portrayal of identity as depicted by things like cultural influence, picturesque scenery, and travel guides. The exhibition and book take form through dialogue and images by three photographers: Eric Tabuchi, Patrick Tourneboeuf, and Cyrille Weiner. Here they have the opportunity to speak freely about what they value in the built environment, while also guiding the reader towards lesser-known yet remarkable places that are sometimes hidden in the banality of daily life.
|94 p, ills colour, 24 x 32 cm, pb, French/English