The French artist presents for the first time in Belgium some of these heavenly landscapes captured from Morocco to Greenland.
In the photographs of Juliette Agnel, the stars are sometimes worked in a pure way - photographed without context - sometimes associated with a terrestrial base. The images presented on paper and in light boxes have a real power of attraction. While some are devoid of dialogue with an environmental element, they always create one with the visitor confronted with the mystery of space and time. The celestial landscapes interpreted with density by the artist are the hyphen. Juliette Agnel likes to confront the unknowable and immeasurable. Naturally, the stars became one of the subjects from which she chose to display her photography. In total, four of her series deal with these objects that arouse an almost irrepressible rapture: Les Nocturnes, La Lune Noire, Etoiles pures, La Grande Montagne. These picored images of light have emerged over the past two years. The exhibition "Nocturnes", which is being held at the Galerie Pascal Goossens until 10 November, offers a selection among the starry skies of the French photographer, notably noticed in Arles in 2017. View less