In 2014 Vincent Ferrané looked at a city and its shopping centre. He was aware of two spatio‐temporal settings, ambivalent meeting grounds of the past and the present, of human, anthropological, and architectural history. In this constant fluctuation between historical and specific sites (from the château to the city) and the ‘nowheres of supermodernity’, he offers us a route, a way of proceeding, through the character of Armelle, the central character of a future film. Vincent Ferrané presents us with a true modern and poetic fable through this timeless mental journey among images tinged with strangeness, symbols, and melancholy. Vincent Ferrané's photographic work was produced with the collaboration of Armelle Roncin. Exhibition curator: Fannie Escoulen.
This project was developed by the “Fonds de Dotation Casino Immobilier & Développement pour le partage d’initiatives culturelles”, which receives support from two main partners and sponsors, Mercialys and Immobilière Groupe Casino. It was carried out in the historic heart of Angers (Maine-et-Loire) and the Espace Anjou mall.
This exhibition has been made possible by support from the following malls: La Galerie – Géant Arles / La Galerie – Géant Istres / La Galerie Cap Costières in Nîmes / Jas de bouffan in Aix-en-Provence.
Exhibition venue: Commanderie Sainte-Luce.