Books: Deeply Surreal "Poolscapes"

By David Schonauer   Wednesday August 14, 2019

On vacation in Barcelona, Paris-born photographer Karine Laval was reminded of choreography as she observed the rhythm of swimmers moving in and out of a pool. Keeping her camera still, she captured them as they came in and out of her frame, waiting for interesting expressions and juxtapositions between the individual and the surrounding urban landscape. The result, notes The Washington Post, is her series “Poolscapes,” published in two volumes by Steidl. The photos create a fluid visual narrative that submerges the viewer, notes The Post.

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