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Without Photographic Papers

  • Jean-Dominique Burton
35,00 €
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Without Photographic Papers

  • Jean-Dominique Burton
35,00 €
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30 x 24 cm
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Fr En Nl

The fate of these people who are constantly on the move is an issue which we cannot face with indifference. The photographer and videographer, Jean-Dominique Burton, offers us another viewpoint relating to refugees and what they represent: a viewpoint which is beyond stereotypes, and fundamentally respectful and human. This artistic and altruistic reflection, as a result of 10 years of meetings, is based on the welcome, the opening up to others and the amazing interaction that can happen when different cultures come together.

The touching film realized during these exchanges will be available through a QR code in the book.

The author

  • Jean-Dominique Burton

    Jean-Dominique Burton, born in Huy (Belgium), is a Belgian photographer and film director. A tireless traveller, enquiring humanist with a keen, observant eye, Jean-Dominique Burton has turned his attention in recent years to the hidden secrets of Africa, after years travelling in Asia. His approach embraces a sensitive, poetic form of anthropology that unveils beliefs and practices with restraint, respect and a responsible sense of fascination. His photography conveys the pleasure of discovery, a meditation on the origins of artistic creation, with a play on form and theme that steers away from any sterile exoticism.

    Jean-Dominique Burton met Jephan de Villiers in 1986, a year when his appreciation of the delicate poetry of de Villiers’ sculptures, together with his philosophy of life close to animism and a respect for nature, brought them together to work on a number of projects, among them ‘Mille et trois souffles d'écorce ou la dernière forêt en marche (‘One Thousand and Three Strips of Bark or the Last Forest on the Move’, Fragments de mémoire (‘Fragments of Memory’), Bestioles ou Bestiaire pour un enfant-roi (‘Beasts and Bestiaries for a Spoilt Child’) and The Bears, to name a few.