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Antoine D'Agata

Born in Marseille in 1961, Antoine d’Agata left France in 1983 for over a decade. On a visit to New York, in 1990, he registered at the International Center of Photography, where he studied under Larry Clark and Nan Goldin. In 1993, he returned to France and interrupted his photographic work for four years. In 1998, he published his first books, De Mala Muerte and De Mala Noche. The following year, he joined the Vu gallery, which had just been created by Christian Caujolle. In 2001, he received the Niépce Prize. In September 2003 the exhibition “1 001 Nuits” was inaugurated in Paris, accompanying the release of two books, Vortex and Insomnia. He joined the Magnum agency in 2004, published his fifth book, Stigma, and shot his first short film, El Cielo del Muerto. The following year Manifeste was published. In 2006, the photographer shot his second film, Aka Ana, in Tokyo. Since 2005, without the need for a home base, Antoine d’Agata has been taking photographs throughout the world with a view to his three-part project, consisting of an exhibition, a book and a film.

 

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