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LES FAITS SECONDAIRES is printed in a limited edition of 700 copies, with both english and french texts. Harcover - 60 duotone illustrations. '...I wake with a start, then everything becomes clear. I find a world that, to a large extent, I have never experienced before. The outside world has not moved, but everything is more fleeting, uncontrollable and perishable. Deep in LES FAITS SECONDAIRES is printed in a limited edition of 700 copies, with both english and french texts. Harcover - 60 duotone illustrations. '...I wake with a start, then everything becomes clear. I find a world that, to a large extent, I have never experienced before. The outside world has not moved, but everything is more fleeting, uncontrollable and perishable. Deep inside, I feel more vulnerable, restless. The love that binds me to others and to life has no constant and fixed form. I am aware of the facts. The past is always behind me, the future remains uncertain and the present is, without a shadow of doubt, what I need to shed light on...' Christophe Agou '...In the first chapter of Genesis light is the first thing created. And in these photos of yours it is as if that original light comes to acknowledge, to touch, to nod towards, what you as a photographer come across today and then pass on to us...' John Berger Since the early 1990s, Christophe Agou has been building up a body of intimate and personal documentary-style photographs in both b&w and color which take an allusive approach to the human condition. Agou grew up in a small town in the Forez region. In 1992, he moved to NYC, where he developed a love for photography. He began taking photographs in the streets, work that evoked a sense of longing and isolation. He first came to prominence with photographs taken in the subway, and published Life Below in 2004. Agou's work is held in the several public collections and has been exhibited around the world. In 2006, he was chosen as a finalist for the W. Eugene Smith Award and in 2008 for the Paris Académie des Beaux-Arts Photography Prize. In 2009, he received a special mention in Le Prix Kodak de la Critique Photographique. In 2010, he won the European Publishers Award for Photography for Face au Silence.


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LES FAITS SECONDAIRES is printed in a limited edition of 700 copies, with both english and french texts. Harcover - 60 duotone illustrations. '...I wake with a start, then everything becomes clear. I find a world that, to a large extent, I have never experienced before. The outside world has not moved, but everything is more fleeting, uncontrollable and perishable. Deep in LES FAITS SECONDAIRES is printed in a limited edition of 700 copies, with both english and french texts. Harcover - 60 duotone illustrations. '...I wake with a start, then everything becomes clear. I find a world that, to a large extent, I have never experienced before. The outside world has not moved, but everything is more fleeting, uncontrollable and perishable. Deep inside, I feel more vulnerable, restless. The love that binds me to others and to life has no constant and fixed form. I am aware of the facts. The past is always behind me, the future remains uncertain and the present is, without a shadow of doubt, what I need to shed light on...' Christophe Agou '...In the first chapter of Genesis light is the first thing created. And in these photos of yours it is as if that original light comes to acknowledge, to touch, to nod towards, what you as a photographer come across today and then pass on to us...' John Berger Since the early 1990s, Christophe Agou has been building up a body of intimate and personal documentary-style photographs in both b&w and color which take an allusive approach to the human condition. Agou grew up in a small town in the Forez region. In 1992, he moved to NYC, where he developed a love for photography. He began taking photographs in the streets, work that evoked a sense of longing and isolation. He first came to prominence with photographs taken in the subway, and published Life Below in 2004. Agou's work is held in the several public collections and has been exhibited around the world. In 2006, he was chosen as a finalist for the W. Eugene Smith Award and in 2008 for the Paris Académie des Beaux-Arts Photography Prize. In 2009, he received a special mention in Le Prix Kodak de la Critique Photographique. In 2010, he won the European Publishers Award for Photography for Face au Silence.

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