One off: Isabelle Fexa.


I fell instantly in love with this picture – it’s full of quiet reverence, and is not merely gesturally elusive but doubly, and essentially so. Somehow it breathes life into stone, intimating a life of the mind not only of the figure but of its maker – which draws the picture into a commentary on sacrilege, profanity, the graven image and our relationships with vision, religion and with history.

Photograph by Isabelle Fexa. Follow her blog here.

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One comment on “One off: Isabelle Fexa.

  1. Alexi Hobbs on said:

    A magical photograph and your reading of it, as always, is impeccable.

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