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The worst tragedy for a poet is to be admired through being misunderstood.
john baker, February 2nd, 2007. 2 comments. Filed under art.
This image is from a sequence of photographs by the French photographic artist Zineb Sedira.
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These are certainly amongst the most beautiful photographs I’ve ever seen. Thank you so much for bringing Zineb Sadira’s work to my attention.
jb says: Hi Jean. Sometimes it’s good to be a messenger . . .
I came across your blog while I was googling Zineb Sedira reviews. Zineb has new work on show at The Wapping Project – a solo exhibition called MiddleSea.
It’s a single screen film installation, shot on super 16mm colour film, and a series of photographs and light-boxes. The work is a bit of a departure from her earlier work. It explores a traveller’s poetic and dream-like journey by sea. It’s also a wonderful space.
Runs until 19 October, 12.00-22:30 daily, except Sundays to 17:30hrs.
The Wapping Project, Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, Wapping Wall, London E1W 3SG
jb says: Thanks for the info, Manick. I’ll try to get along there.
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