Posts Tagged ‘Stéphane Lavoué’

Stéphané Lavoué: Into the Wild

© Stéphané Lavoué

In Vermont, the written acronym NEK stands for an area known as the Northeast Kingdom. It is a sonorous name whose origin is attributed to George D. Aiken, former Governor of Vermont and US Senator, who first coined the term in a speech in 1949. They say it was not a preplanned publicity stunt for [...]

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Stéphane Lavoué: Like In Sculpture, I Work On The Body When Taking My Portraits

Muriel Haim © Stéphane Lavoué

Photographer Stéphane Lavoué was born in Mulhouse, France, in 1976. After recently using a Leica S2 for a series of portraits published in the French press, he explains in this interview his personal conception and approach to this form of photography, which he has continuously explored and worked on for several years now.  Q: Stéphane, [...]

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