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Christelle Lheureux, Que des mensonges
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Published 2008

140 x 225 mm
150 pages
Cover: Paperback, color, glossy finish
Binding: glue bound
Interior: black and white
Edition limited to 250 numbered copies

Paris, Avril 2003.
1957, 2001, 1996, 1971, 2002, 1964, 1986, 1959, 1997, 1961.
Je visite notre paysage cinématographique.
Des histoires, des personnages, des espaces d’époques et de géographies opposées.
Le son n’a plus d’importance.
Je suis touriste des films, je prends ces mondes en photo.
Vietnam, USA, Argentine, Japon, France, Mexique, Corée, Chine, Italie.
Les sous-titres et les images prennent un sens au-delà de leur scénario.
Jonathan Foo, Orson Welles, Lisandro Alonso, Hayao Miyazaki, Claude Chabrol, Osamu Tezuka, Hong Sang-Soo, Jia Zhang -Ke, Dino Risi, Takeshi Kitano, Barak Shokrian, Jacques Rozier.

Un nouveau script émerge.
Christelle Lheureux

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Paris, April 2003. 1957, 2001, 1996, 1971, 2002, 1964, 1986, 1959, 1997, 1961.
I visit our cinematic landscape. Stories, characters, spaces, periods and opposing geographies. Sound is of no importance. I am a tourist in these films, I take photos of of these worlds.
Vietnam, USA, Argentina, Japan, France, Mexico, Korea, China, Italy.
The subtitles and images take on a meaning beyond their scripts.
Jonathan Foo, Orson Welles, Lisandro Alonso, Hayao Miyazaki, Claude Chabrol, Osamu Tezuka, Hong Sang-Soo, Jia Zhang-Ke, Dino Risi, Takeshi Kitano, Barak Shokrian, Jacques Rozier.

A new script emerges.
Christelle Lheureux