David Teboul 65” – 2005 Courtesy: cnap (centre national des arts plastiques)

The film of the photographer and filmmaker David Teboul plays from the outset on the borders between the intimate and the sphere of the social, in scenes filmed in Russian baths, where on the nudes are read the tattoos, the wounds, the marks of work, or marks of war. Through this observation almost photographic of Russian society and its baths, Bania invents a unique and timeless plastic universe, in the style of a painting, by the frame, the choices of subdued lighting, and the attention to faces. Viewing: Saturday 10 NOV - 6PM