Fouad Elkoury — Le plus beau jour
Le plus beau jour
Past: March 26 → May 25, 2014
Photographer and video maker Fouad Elkoury lives in Paris and Beirut. In the 1980s he covered the civil war in Lebanon and the Near East. His work approaches the cityscape as a dimension of intimacy and addresses socio-political questions in times of war.
His work has been widely exhibited, most notably at the Palais de Tokyo, at the Venice Biennale, and at the Beirut Art Center. This installation comprised of several video slide shows is his second exhibition at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie. As he explains, “It all began with a poem by Etel Adnan, To be in a time of war, which I was eager to illustrate. As time went by, and as I associated the images with one another, the project turned into a multi-screen piece, a sort of three-act play that tells several stories at once”.
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