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New-Hope
2019

New-Hope began with the portrait of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Princess 2017, Allie Rose Mosley. That same year, I arrived in the US from Europe, a white immigrant coming in indigenous land.
The portraits in the series are posed in reference to postcards standards. I meet people in fairs, historical events and political gatherings. In the series, I use postcards as documents and historical archives as well as a way to question stereotypes. I explore the role of oppression, profit and erasure that play photography in this business. This colonial photo market creates at the same time, a fantasy for the rest of the world. It was important for me to revisit this imagery because it is still imported in France as a folklore.

Flamethrower
Promised land
Postcard
Perama, Greece
At the bottom
At the top
Belly Dancer
Twin Valley, PA
WWI African American Doughboy with the croix de guerre
Centralia, PA
Construction and flood, Mississippi, IL
Ashland, PA
Black Diamond
Postcard
Steel factory
Day of the Dead
Charles's jacket
Providence Canyon
Espanola, NM
Bethlehem, PA
Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape tribal princess







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