“An exhibition revealing the strength of human creativity in the evolving renewal of Detroit. Detroiters who represent a growing movement. Capturing human energy, complexity and combined efforts that will forge a shared future.”
An extraordinary document of our world
“A selection of worker portraits made around the world in a time of change throughout the past 25 years.”
et 3 expos !
Yene Konjo: Portraits of a People
A black and white photography exhibit of portraits by Gilles Perrin at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit
“Yene Konjo” is an Amharic (Ethiopian) phrase that translates as “My Beautiful”. These striking black and white portraits capture the complex beauty of each individual depicted.
Published by the MSU Press, book launching April 2014.
San Luis Potosi, Mexique
Artist in residence from October to December 2013 at Centro de las Artes in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Gilles Perrin will be doing a series of photos about the lives of people connected to this center when it was a prison, in the context of a Franco-Mexican cultural exchange Mano a Mano.
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