Toutes les photos tagguées "lematos" sont le produit du travail de Mathieu Coquerelle. La licence associée à chacune de ces photos est de type Creative Commons Paternité – Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale – Pas de Modification 2.0 France (plus d'informations).
  1. The Topography serie is an original work that I the Collective -37 (of which I’m a proud founder with two other french photographers) has made.

    It studies landscape photography through the volumes of lit naked bodies. More details and pictures of the serie on the website.

    Website | Facebook

    Posté le 17 Avr 2014

     
  2. Posté le 16 Avr 2014

     
  3. Check out my serie Abandonware which will be on display in Saint-Malo, France, between the 9th and 11th of may 2014 (check out the whole serie on my website).

    Abandonware: from “abandon” and “-ware”, a suffix indicating a set of objects manufactured for a same purpose.

    After having shared our everyday life, in a sometimes affective way, the objects we possess are thrown away, abandonned, quickly forgotten and replaced. Having become useless or unusable (break-up) they are left at the front of our door for one day and finally disappear rapidly, taken away by someone for being reexploited, recycled or simply destroyed in a dumpster.

    Photogaphed as-is in the street (sometimes looking like a setup) without alteration, these objects seem like in a store’s showcase. Farther than their practical utility arises the question of their ephemeral nature, their consumption, affected by a rich and mondane history of those who left them there. These snapshots are impromptu encounters; from these personified objects radiate a soul that questions us about our social relation with them.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 16 Avr 2014

     
  4. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 2 Avr 2014

     
  5. Posté le 14 Mar 2014

     
  6. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 14 Mar 2014

     
  7. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 14 Mar 2014

     
  8. Posté le 13 Mar 2014

     
  9. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 13 Mar 2014

     
  10. Sérialisation linéaire on Flickr.

    This serie was built continuously on a b&w film of 36 poses, focusing on the line connections between the pictures.
    It has to be looked at starting from the first picture, sequentialy until the end of the roll.

    By Mathieu Coquerelle | Tumblr | Facebook

    Posté le 7 Mar 2014