Anne-Laure Autin - Blood Line

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Anne-Laure Autin - Blood Line

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Anne-Laure Autin - Blood Line, 2017

Once your parents pass away, you realize you’re next in line. My father was diagnosed with terminal cancer at the tender age of 64. Blood Line investigates how his inescapable disease and death affected not only our lives but also communication and identity. I saw my father’s pain and felt my own. My subjects are my daughters, my flesh and blood, his descendants. He experienced, I processed, they embody. 

Anne-Laure Autin is a French artist residing in the Netherlands. Fascinated by the philosophical concepts of universality and relativism as a teenager, she studied theoretical mathematics and holds an MSc from the University of Leiden (NL). She is always inspired by contrasting juxtapositions, and embraces the duality of her search for truth and her love of human nature, where no logic is apparent. In her staged work, she seeks out the deepest, most candid and raw emotions from her subjects. Her sets are disarmingly simple so that the viewer senses true human connection. In reconciling authenticity and beauty, she makes conceptual work that is both soulful and highly intimate.

Autin’s work has been exhibited internationally, in the USA at the Corden Potts Gallery in San Francisco, at the Center for Fine Arts Photography in Colorado, Soho Photo Gallery, as well as in Canada, in the UK at the Brighton Photo Fringe, and at the Berlin Foto Biennale. Her images have been featured on LensCulture, Musée Magazine, L’ Oeil de la Photographie and Don’t Take Pictures. She was a Critical Mass finalist in 2016 and 2017, as well as a BPF OPEN16 Solo finalist.

 

9 x 10" perfect bound, softcover
48 pages, 18 plates
Limited edition of 200

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