The american artist Alex Prager, photographer and film maker, presents her recent artwork. Alex Prager got famous thanks to her very precise staging in which she cites the Hollywood dramatic film golden age to reveal the weirdness of the individual and social contemporary life. The city of Los Angeles, where she was born, is an endless inspiration source for her in the subjects she works on: Fantasy, wandering and perdition. Fed by Alfred Hitchcock's movies of Luis Bunel's, and by the work of photographers such as William Eggleston and Enrique Metinides, Alex Prager puts forward her unconventional education to explain the construction of her artistic universe.
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Book Description Couleurs contemporaines, 2016. Book Condition: Neuf. Bookseller Inventory # 9782363061676