Sarah Moon

  • Christian Caujolle
  • Collection «Juste entre nous»
  • 152 pages
  • 14 x 19 cm
  • 30 colour pictures
  • Softcover
  • ISBN: 979-10-92265-27-9
  • € 17.50

She is often perceived as a fashion photographer. Sarah Moon is obviously much more than that! Author of a photographic and film work in which she questions the very notion of time, she keeps on pushing boundaries.

The tales she revisits – remarkable little movies released in Japan as from small books – fiction – Mississippi One -, documentary portraits – Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Delpire, Lilian Bassman – fashion obviously with her collaborations with Vogue – among others – and the creation of the image of Cacharel, the black and white landscapes, the circus, a thousand other things.

Much less is known that Sarah Moon has worked for years with women struggling with social problems, and how she allowed them to express themselves through photography.

She appears as a character both delicate and firm, with an exemplary career far from the sun lights, a great curiosity, an amazing sense of commitment, including on Tibet and Syria.
Christian Caujolle

Born in 1953, former student of the École Normale Supérieure de Saint Cloud, Christian Caujolle was a student and collaborator of Michel Foucault, Roland Barthes, Pierre Bourdieu.
After a career as a critic and photo editor at Libération, he created in 1986 his photo agency, the VU agency, and in 1998, the gallery of the same name.
Artistic director of the Rencontres d’Arles in 1997, member of many international juries, he has published books on Bernard Faucon, William Klein, Anders Petersen, Isabel Muñoz, Christer Strömholm, Peter Beard, the collective Tendance Floue, Juan Manuel Castro Prieto, the photographic collection of Marin Karmitz. He published with Actes Sud two text works: “Special Circumstances”.
He now teaches at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière, writes, works as an independent curator for numerous exhibitions and directs the Photo Phnom Penh festival he created in 2008 in Cambodia. He regularly collaborates to the programming and animation of the Images Singulières festival in Sète since its creation.
Until 2015, he was also the artistic director of Getxophoto festival, which features photography in public space, near Bilbao, in the Basque country.