The Cliché-Verre by Odile Bernard Schröder
One day in 1995, photographer Odile Bernard Schröder decided to leave her camera in the cupboard and instead devote herself exclusively to her research, exploring the vast world of alternative photographic processes. Part two of a three-part encounter, this film sees her tackle the Cliché-verre, a printmaking process invented by Grandguillaume and Adalbert Cuvelier and practiced by Corot, Rousseau, the Barbizon painters and later by Man Ray.
What you will find in this film
A technique adopted by an artist • The basics of the cliché-Verre • Camera-less photography • Experiments with light
00:00 Take Three
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IN FRENCH :
GRAVURE OU PHOTOGRAPHIE ? Une curiosité artistique : le cliché-verre - Author: Jean-Marie Vanlerenberghe; Editor: Gourcuff Gradenigo (2007) ; Language : French ; 112 pages
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Le cliché-verre (virginiepouliquen.fr) - IN FRENCH