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Philippe Dollo

No Pasa Nada


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No Pasa Nada – Spain 1975. After the death of Franco, King Juan Carlos committed the country to a democratic transition. The success of this conversion came at a cost: El pacto del olvido, the pact of forgetting; crimes, exactions and repressions committed during the Civil War and the years of dictatorship were amnestied.

Silencio settled over the country, stifling any possibility of resolving the horrors of the past. In No Pasa Nada, Philippe Dollo roams Spain with his camera and notebooks. Through chance encounters, he gradually paints a contemporary portrait of a secret country, still walled in by the labyrinthine taboo of Silencio.

Born in Suresnes in 1965, Philippe Dollo has worked as a freelance photographer since 1990. In 1997, he moved to New York as a correspondent for Opale, a photo agency specializing in portraits of writers. He continues his photographic travels in Europe, America, India and Africa. His main works include Les Dollo de Dini, a study of a Dogon village in Mali, New York The Fragile City and The American Wedding, in the United States. His work, regularly exhibited and published, is part of the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Museums of Photography in Rochester, New York and Charleroi (Belgium), the Museum of Fine Art in Houston, Texas, and the Fondation Luma in Arles.

  • design : Yves Bigot
  • date of publication : 2023
  • language : FR
  • pages : 196 p.
  • format : 24.5 x 16.5 x 0.17
  • binding : paperback, softcover
  • ISBN : 9782365101158
  • publishers : les Éditions de Juillet
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