They are born and disappear with disconcerting ease. They belong to a changing and malleable world. They are inconsistent and ambivalent, and trace a dotted path across the seas, milestones in the vastness of the ocean. Lands conducive to fantasies and utopia, they exert a powerful fascination, cultivating for those who inhabit them a circumscribed identity, determined by its contours and the way in which the sea becomes a shield surrounding its shores, protecting - although not always - its inhabitants. They are mobile like a drifting buoy.
These are the islands.
I am an islander, like all the islanders of the world we leave with the sea. My island is Corsica, a small island in the middle of Mediterranean Sea.
Like all the islands of all the seas of all the océans, surrounded by water and traditions.
Marc Pollini FRANCE
Stages with Klavdj Sluvan in Arles , July 2018, with Gregoir kourganof in july 2019.
Graine de photographe school, 2017/18
Exhibitions / Book
Photographie Museum of Nice France, Exhibition, Iceland, black island, 06/03 -30/07/2020
Book, De l'air édition, Iceland, black island, February 2020.
History Museum of Bastia France, Exhibition Orrizonte, 15/11 – 16/12/19
Miami Hispanic Cultural Center, Virtual Exhibition, Al paso del Covid 19, 30/04 – 30/05/2020
Association Vivian Maier, collective Exhibition, Champsur France, september 2019
Off Arles 2018, Slideshow Projection, July 2018, Unfinished
Exhibition , Nice France, Galery des Fleurs, Walk on the Prom
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