Text in French and English.
|Statement||[essay by Deborah Schultz / texts edited and translated by Chrystel Lebas].|
Chrystel Lebas — Field Studies 24 x 31 cm / pages + 30 large fold out pages / colour/ isbn / Texts by Bergit Arends, Nanda van den Berg, Mark Spencer and Liz Wells / Design Hans Gremmen / Best Dutch Book Designs / Best of according to Photobookstore Magazine / Kraszna Krausz Best Photography Book An exhibition, Chrystel Lebas: Regarding Nature, is at the Photographers’ Gallery, London W1 until 5 August Field Studies is published by . Chrystel Lebas shot the Abyss series in forests where twilight heralds their loss, rather than creating a theatrical abundance of light and colour. Using a panoramic camera and long exposures, Lebas observes the effects of the fading light, creating images that contain an imprint of the event as it unfolds over time. Field Studies. by Chrystel Lebas. Photographs: Chrystel Lebas. Publisher: Fw:Books. pages. ISBN: Comments: Paperback, 24 x 31 cm, english.
Chrystel Lebas has won the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Photography Book Award, beating off the two other shortlisted photographers - Stephen Gill and Dayanita Singh. Lebas won the prize for Field Studies: Walking through Landscapes and Archives, which she published with Dutch outfit FW: Books. Field Studies is framed by the work of 20th century . Brought to the attention of Chrystel Lebas, for whom walking has always been a part of her objective approach (she brings two cameras, one for quick snapshots and another with tripod for panoramic views), they instigated a turning point in her career. This enticingly beautiful, complex book is both an artistic research project and a scientific 5/5(1). Chrystel Lebas (English and French Edition) [Chrystel Lebas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ‘Chrystel Lebas, Regarding Nature’, Huis Marseille Museum for Photography, Keizersgracht , Amsterdam, December March 5 ; A book, ‘Field Studies: Walking Through Author: Liz Jobey.
Chrystel Lebas has won the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Photography Book Award, beating off the two other shortlisted photographers – Stephen Gill and Dayanita Singh. Lebas won the prize for Field Studies: Walking through Landscapes and Archives, which she published with Dutch outfit FW: Books. ‘Chrystel Lebas, Regarding Nature’, Huis Marseille Museum for Photography, Keizers-gracht , Amsterdam, December March 5 ; A book, ‘Field Studies: Walking Through Landscapes and Archives’, is published by Fw:Books. A fascination with darkness and the unseen haunts the work of London-based photographer Chrystel Lebas (b. , France). Often using a panoramic camera with long exposure times ranging from two to six hours, Lebas creates sweeping, mesmerising landscapes, which explore photography’s relationship with time and movement. The British botanist Sir Edward James Salisbury left behind a large collection of glass plate negatives, discovered in an anonymous stack of boxes in the attic of London’s Natural History Museum. Brought to the attention of Chrystel Lebas, for .