28.01 > 03.05.2009
Jean-Luc Moulène is mainly photographer. Since the 90s, he seeks to deconstruct through everyday scenes or types of pictures: landscapes, still life, portraits ..., social and economic parameters that govern the entire image production. His investigation also takes the form of drawings, objects, various constructions. For Nimes exhibition Moulène chose an unusual approach to the work. Moulène remarks "all" photographic object "is a product," the exhibits too. Supported on the frame of the spaces used by the architect Norman Foster, Nimes presentation developed this attention to the exhibition as a whole built from individual signs. It brought together about eighty works from all periods and all techniques.