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The photographic work of Valérie Belin highlights a particular device that is reminiscent of American minimal art. Several themes emerge through her series: the surface of inanimate things or that of beings, time frozen, even petrified and the question of identity. Her work provokes an impression of doubt and disturbing strangeness.
Texts by Clément Chéroux and Larisa Dryanski
Interview by Valérie Belin and Roxana Marcocci
Coedition Éditions Dilecta / Centre Pompidou