assembles interviews in the form of mix of incisive traits (Parrino
), encompassing curves, and oblique investigations (Veilhan
) of mutually enriched parallels (Armaly on Goldstein
twice). Unequalled notorieties (who do not prejudge the importance of what they say) and experiences or situations as diverse as a telephone conversation, an email, a session with a psychoanalyst, the recounting of the end of a meal or a word uttered during a chance encounter.
Christophe Cherix is curator of prints and illustrated books at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.