While in the tradition of Henri Cartier-Bresson, the image was more about the photographer’s control of the frame, in Guy Tillim’s photographs of African cities it seems as if the subjects have been given a freer rein. Tillim has never believed that one frame can capture the essence of a situation. For him, all moments could be decisive. In these photographs, exhibited in “Museum of the Revolution,” at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, time neither seems to be racing forward, as in a film, nor does it feel suspended as in a single photograph. Tillim’s photo-sequences are closer to reproducing memory with its rifts, loops, gaps, hiccups and jolts. The images carry a sense of dynamism, yet uncertainty, an ambiguous feeling that maybe reflects a larger question about a continent’s future.
Adult Coloring Books Audio Books Best Seller Books Best Selling Books Books for Children Books Livres Libros Store Business Books Comic Books Home Page iTunes Books Libros en Español Spanish Books Movies Music Videos Need a Book Newspapers and Magazines Podcasts Rare Books Rodulfox Business TV Shows