Founded in 2013 by independent curators and designers Anna Planas and Pierre Hourquet, Temple ran at first as an experimental gallery space in Paris, presenting a new generation of French and international artists.
Temple is now a studio focused on curating exhibitions and designing books related to photography and mixed media, collaborating with a variety of international institutions and artists.
Recent projects include the exhibitions "The Hobbyist" at Fotomuseum Winterthur (2017) ; "Blank Paper, Stories of the Immediate Present" at Les Rencontres d’Arles 2017, the exhibition catalogue "Magnum Analog Recovery" (Le Bal, 2017) or the book, "Provoke" (Steidl, 2016).
13,5 x 18,5 cm
Published by Temple & Espace JB on the occasion of the exhibition at Temple, Paris
Temple presents two works of Antoine d'Agata : Fractal — Fractal is a project created out of thousands of police photographs collected
on Internet in 2012 and 2013 by Antoine d’Agata — and Angkor —
a series made of 73 portraits of prostitutes, by the river Siem Reap in
Angkor, taken in two consecutive nights —.