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Book launch & signing of “Les Particules, le conte humain d’une eau qui meurt” by Manon Lanjouère (The Eyes editions)

Wednesday, October 18 2023 ; 6-9 p.m.

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“Les particules, le conte humain d’une eau qui meurt”: a poetic and photographic manifesto in favor of ocean preservation. Through this book, Manon Lanjouère invites us, through a poetic and artistic approach, to a profound reflection on ocean pollution. Each image, through its plastic beauty, invites contemplation, but also, through its visual force, action. A book that testifies to the power of artistic creation to transform society.

“Les particules” is the first publication in the new CIVIS MARITIMUS collection, which will feature a volume each year by a photographer offering an original take on the relationship between man and the marine world.

Foreword : Michel Poivert

Images & text : Manon Lanjouère

Interviews : Manon Lanjouère & Ika Paul-Pont mené by Andreina de Bei

Format : 20×28

Languages : French / English

ISBN : 979-10-92727-58-6

Retail price : 35€


Manon Lanjouère (@manonlnjr) is an artist based in Saint-Malo. After studying Art History at the Sorbonne, she decided to devote herself fully to photography and joined the Gobelins school in 2014, from which she graduated in 2017 among the majors of her class. Her links with the theater have influenced her photography, which is marked by staging and set design. Manon Lanjouère’s work focuses on environmental issues and human relationships. Immersed in intimate, physical or metaphysical spaces, at the crossroads of science and poetry, her multidisciplinary work questions our imagination.

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