Anne Pery

Recognised by the art critic and collector Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Anne Pery (1973-2003) accumulated pictures; her camera was always within easy reach. Anne Pery fed off the in-between, producing fragmentary landscapes and portions of bodies.

Anne Pery’s work was based on what she considered to be a form of “visual indiscretion”, an “urgent link to detail”. She captured tiny scraps of the world around her, photographing them as they seemed to reveal everything.