Sève Favre

The aim of this artproject (3 photos of the installation) is to highlight the fragility of our human condition, symbolized by the balloon. This fragility that explodes in our face today in the face of this virus that challenges our social ties, our sensoriality, our otherness and therefore our life as a whole. This is why, following the risk taken by the rapprochement in the last image, the balloons exploded. Take the risk of the relationship, of love, take the risk of living, accept this risk... for love.

On the 21st March my partner and  I spent the last day before lockdown together walking around London and Trafalgar Square. I had never seen trafalgar square look so empty, so I had to take a...
Fragile moments depicts a series of restful, serene images, suspended in time, each in some private ecstasy of solitude. It refers to those instants caught in time when people are found in a...
1 Hour Of Lockdown I spent one  hour walking the streets of Salford near Manchester capturing the affects of the lockdown The full 13 image series shows the abandoned societal norms and...
I am sending this editorial from NYC, at the verge of its shutdown due to COVID 19. People I know and myself have been in self-quarantine for a month now. I never wanted my editorials to have a...
A couple walk back from the shops with heaps of toilet paper, Tooting, London, 12 March, 2020. People are hoarding basic amenities like toilet paper, pasta and rice in fear of a nationwide lockdown...
The commercial realism of Oxford Street in London now contrasts sharply with the imagery of the people on the street. The crisis has deeply affected the images of human beings we see in public, and...
WITHOUT RESPITE > Stefania is a nurse at the S. Anna Hospital of Ferrara (IT). We are in full coronavirus emergency, the pandemic that is bringing Italian and world healthcare to its knees. Her...
It was decided last Friday, the 21st of March 2020, that venues in London, U.K should temporarily close. By early afternoon, emerging scientific evidence suggested that it needed to be a...
Quarantine life,my flatmate (and friend for over ten years)now working from home. And for the live meetings you just need to wear a shirt
I'm a painter living & working in County Kildare, Ireland.  A while ago, visiting my brother in Balbriggan, I came out of the house to see this double rainbow. The light of the sun had...
When the Coronavirus news began taking over the world and one country after the other went into lockdown I became more and more paralysed. As my inbox filled up with cancelled shoots and refund...
I am a photographer and filmmaker. During the crisis, all my jobs are postponed or cancelled. I'm left alone with my imaginary friends (goldfish). 
This time has brought a feeling of peace and recuperation to my world. Despite the terrible impacts the virus has had, it has given many people a much needed break and an opportunity to reflect on...
only 5 mesdemoiselles in skimpy underwear are waiting for the train...
This is an ongoing project started within the confinements of my home in Manchester.    Using CCTV cameras i explore how places have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and...

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