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Harry Benhaiem, N.O.B.O.D.Y (Untitled)

Harry Benhaiem N.O.B.O.D.Y (Untitled), 2010

View in a room Photography 23.6 x 35.4 inch 4 remaining copies

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Harry Benhaiem, N.O.B.O.D.Y (Untitled)
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    Galerie online - France

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  • Medium

    Photography : Lambda print on fine art paper

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 8 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    23.6 x 35.4 inch

  • Framing

    Not framed

    • Tags
    • urban landscape

    • photograph

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Harry Benhaiem

Harry Benhaiem

Born in: 1985

France

Born in 1985, Harry Benhaiem lives and works in Paris. He did his training at SPEOS, a photography school, Harry Benhaiem specializes in photo-reporting (SIPA Presse) and documentary. The N.O.B.O.D.Y and Chantilly series are an artistic and intimate version of his work, which he developed during his charity tasks in Ethiopia and Cambodia. Portrayed as a non-chronological photographic sequence, Benhaiem's N.O.B.O.D.Y series looks like a multi-linear narrative. This process has led him to be a part of a more scientific observation, rather than contemplative. The same goes for the Chantilly series, as it has been created through a slow process and a desynchronized flash, establishing a chromatic imbalance on purpose.
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Harry Benhaiem, N.O.B.O.D.Y (Untitled)
Harry Benhaiem, N.O.B.O.D.Y (Untitled)

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