11.06.15 by Staff

Greetings from Mars by Julien Mauve




Greetings from Mars is a narrative photography series by Paris-based, author-photographer Julien Mauve. Mauve’s work involves staging conditions that highlight human behaviour. In this particular series, Mauve orchestrates stereotypical tourist poses that draw attention to how we tend to act in front of a camera or try to insert ourselves into the landscapes we inhabit. See more images below.

















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  • John Hall

    So good!!

  • Ricardo Voss Rossi

    For a moment i thought this where taken in San Pedro de Atacama, there is a placed called “Vale de la Muerte”, “Death Valley” but the name of the valley comes from its Mars-like, red appearance and was originally called Valle de Martes (Mars Valley), but Gustavo Le Paige (Jesuit Missionary/investigator who first named it), foreign pronounciation of Martes (Mars) soon became heard as Muerte (dead).

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