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"Entre-Deux" was born of a desire to collaborate on a book project with Genevieve Hafner, a young French photographer exiled in New York for almost 15 years.
When it came to working together, the idea grew of an intimate correspondence between Paris and New York, between her images and my words. This work would have all the elements of a conversation, but would allow each of us our own special language, our most personal form of expression.
Thus, "Entre-Deux" was born. With this first edition of what I hope will be the beginning of a collection, similar dialogues of complicity will be established between all the great metropolitan centers of the world. They will link writers and artists, whether they be photographers, illustrators, calligraphers or other visual artists. The only condition is that their exchange must expose the lifeblood of these cities, touching on the very pulse of our suffocating, all-invasive, but fantastical urban, human existence.
The rules of the game are simple. On a set date every month, write a letter distilling the essence of the season, and referring to a contemporary topic. It’s all in the telling. The answer asked of the counterpart should respond in kind through images and emotions. It’s all in the seeing.
Fourteen letters and fourteen images make up this book. That’s a little bit longer than a year. It allows for the passage of time in order to capture the character of the cities, in keeping with developments in current affairs and with the rhythms of the seasons. It’s also a matter of alchemy for me. Multiple of seven seem to govern the destiny of V.I.T.R.I.O.L., the "agency of conviction" that is now turning itself into a publishing house. Note that the first letter is dated July 7th, 2000, proof that we are not in the habit of letting luck pass us by.
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Genevieve Hafner: Born in France in 1961, Genevieve Hafner dreamed from the earliest age of coming to New York. In 1988 she made it happen. Since then she has worked with numerous international magazines, and developed her own postcard collection. It's subject: New York.
Jean-Marc Dimanche: Born in Paris in 1960, Jean-Marc Dimanche has now been director of V.I.T.R.I.O.L., the "Agency of Conviction", for over ten years. It specializes in communication for luxury brands. His passion for writing has given rise to a taste for publishing. He has conceptualized and produced several works in creative partnership with artists, graphic designers, photographers and illustrators...Review:
"Mr. Dimanche's thoughtful prose and Ms. Hafner's contemplative imagery ...together foster a unique, quirky fascination." -- Michael MacInnis, The New York Art World, November 2004
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Book Description OPERAE, V.I.T.R.I.O.L. Factory, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX2951357664
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