For its first time at Photo London Fisheye Gallery wishes to show the work of three very different photographers: Delphine Diallo, Anna Filipova and Jean-Christian Bourcart. They represent our individual vision of photography today and make Fisheye Gallery stand out in its approach to push the boundaries of contemporary photography.A quest for truth on a profound nature links them. Diallo has a deep spiritual and aesthetic dive into femininity. Filipova embraces the intimate relation between man and nature. Bourcart questions how man faces extreme behaviour and shows him without filter.
Delphine Diallo lives and works in Brooklyn. After 10 years in the US she showed her work for the first time in France at Fisheye Gallery inArles (2018),where she became the central figure in her exhibition. Naked or behind a mask,visible or invisible,she creates her own symbols and shapes her feminine epic.
Anna Filipova’s work documents Ny-Ålesund, a research town, on the 79th parallel North on the Svalbard archipelago, housing the largest laboratory for modern arctic research.Through her images she studies the world in Ny-Ålesund, a place where few people have access due to the scientific projects that are conducted, and where scientific instruments become part of the landscape.
For each subject he examines, Jean-Christian Bourcart tells bits of stories of the contemporary world by developing a practise that mixes, investigation, experience, analysis and description.Through the use of photography, video and writing he propose a kaleidoscopic vision that evokes, informs and questions our human and political experience.