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/ from the somexki and ghabor COLLECTIONS
DIALOGUE with the PHOTOGRAPHS of
WORK from the ZORAH SOMEXKI collection /
/ 73 subjects
1 / CURIOSITY / FANTASY / the
2 / IDENTITY /
3 / PHILOSOPHY / PHOTOGRAPHY
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Verdun / Albert Camus / War teaches us to lose everything, and to become what we were
Jawaharlal Nehru / It is the custom of any aggressive nation to declare that it is acting to
Guy de Maupassant / If war is a horrible thing, wouldn't patriotism be the mother idea
that sustains it?
Victor Hugo / Christian hell, fire. Pagan hell, fire. Mahometan hell, fire. Hindu hell, flames.
According to religions, God was born a roaster.
Emile Zola / Is there such a thing as anti-Semitic young people? So there are new
brains, new souls, that this stupid poison has already unbalanced? What sadness, what worry, for the twentieth century that is about to open!
Benoîte Groult / Sexism is deeper and more endemic than racism.
Annie Le Brun / My dark circles are still growing: it is with my eyes that I devour the
black of the world.
Erasmus / Praise of madness / The wise takes refuge in the books of the Ancients and
learns only cold abstractions; the madman, by addressing realities and perils, acquires in my opinion the true common sense.
Balzac / Hatred, like love, feeds on the smallest things, everything suits it.
Isaac Newton / I can calculate the movement of heavy bodies, but not the madness of
Goethe / Architecture is fixed music.
Voltaire / Tel shines in the second row and disappears in the first.
Horace / Death catches up with those who flee it.
Seneca / How many times we die of our fear of death.
Jules Renard / With each letter of mourning I receive, I have fun replacing the name with
Modiano / What makes the disappearance of a being more sensitive is the passwords that
existed between us and him and that suddenly become useless and empty.
Tzetetan Todorov / Life is lost against death, but memory wins in its fight against nothingness.
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