DATE: March 7, 2010
Suspended in midair, the young subjects of this
French photographer's big color pictures appear to be levitating in the
otherwise unpopulated aisles of supermarkets.
Surrounded by shelves of colorful products,
bathed in chilly florescent light, they're in an ecstatic, zero-gravity
bubble, and you can't help but envy them. As with Darzacq's previous
photographs of parkour daredevils floating high above the sidewalk,
there's no Photoshop manipulation involved in these pictures of street
dancers in action.
Read the complete review in The New Yorker.