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US News The inhabitants of this Breton village photographed more than 50,000 times and exposed to Rennes

16:50  22 october  2021
16:50  22 october  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Madeleine de Sinéty, Sortie d’école à Poilley, juin 1974. © All rights reserved Madeleine de Sinety, exit from School in Poilley, June 1974.

The exhibition "Madeleine de Sinety, a village" , begins, this Friday, October 22, 2021, at the Museum of Brittany, with free fields in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine). Visitors will discover the course and work of this woman, who settled from 1972 to 1981 in Poilley, a small village north of Ille-et-Vilaine, to photograph the daily lives of the inhabitants.

Farmers working with horses, children playing in a carto cart, couples dancing at the village party ... Here are some of the 67 photos presented at the Museum of Brittany, in free fields to Rennes ( Ille- ET-VILAINE ) As part of the Madeleine exhibition of Sinety, a village, which begins this Friday, October 22nd.

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It presents only a small part of the 33,280 slides colors and 23,076 black and white negatives (1) that Madeleine of Sinety (1934-2011) made to Poilley , 500-sided village north of the Ille-et-Vilaine .

a job similar to that of an ethnologist

because the autodidact photographer has fallen by chance on this commune, on July 1, 1972. "She returned to Paris, where she worked as an illustrator for magazines after doing the 'School of Decorative Arts, explains Peter Behrman of Sinety. As there were plugs, she took the national and stopped in Poilley, where she spent the night. The woman falls under the charm of the village and decides to settle there. It will remain there until 1981.

Madeleine de Sinéty, La charrette de pommes. © All rights reserved Madeleine of Sinety, the carto cart.

During these nine years, it learns to know the inhabitants, photography the daily lives of farmers - "With an ancient-oriented look" , relieves Laurence Prod'homme, Commissioner of the exhibition - the children at school , parties, or domestic work. "His photographic work is similar to that of a field ethnologist" , points out Laurence Prod'homme.

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"Everyone knew her, adds Christmas Demazel, the mayor of the town, who was also photographed, when he was a teenager and worked on his parents' farm. If she was able to do these photos, it's because she knew how to build people.

During this period, it regularly organizes projections of its slides, in the village village hall. "The inhabitants had the benches of the church and came to watch the photos" , says Peter Behrman of Sinety. An installation, recalling the atmosphere of these slideshow evenings, is to be discovered in the exhibition.

The village photographed until 2001

in 1980, Madeleine of Sinety share live in the United States with her family. "But she spoke very often from hair and had remained in contact with the inhabitants, assures her son. I grew up in the middle of their photos. She will return to the Breton village in the 1990s, "after the inhabitants sent him a plane ticket to return" , "pursues Peter Behrman of Sinety. It will make several trips since the United States to continue taking pictures, until 2001.

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Madeleine de Sinéty, la fête au village, mai 1973. © All rights reserved Madeleine of Sinety, the party in the village, May 1973. If the photographer is deceased there At ten years now, no one has forgotten it to Poilley. This is what Silvia Beraldo has observed, Antoine Lalanne-Desmet and Emmanuelle Rivet, from the Brestoise Radio Activity Association. For the exhibition, they collected about twenty testimonials on Sinety's Madeleine, which are broadcast in the exhibition slides space.

"Madeleine was the link between all the inhabitants, entrusts Antoine Lalanne-Desmet. There was a strong and sincere attachment between her and the territory. A finding that is found in this Christmas sentence DEMAZEL, the mayor: "We were lucky that she goes through there.

Madeleine de Sinéty, Monsieur Langlois, octobre 1974. © All rights reserved Madeleine of Sinety, Mr. Langlois, October 1974. (1) They are kept at the Nicéphore Museum Niepce de Chalon-sur-Saône (Saône-et-Loire).

Until March 27, 2022 , Madeleine exhibition of Sinety, a village, with a biographical film of Sandra Wis. From 12 am to 7 pm on Tuesday to Friday (from 10 am during school holidays), from 2 pm to 7 pm on Saturdays and Sundays at the Museum of Brittany, Fields, in Rennes. Free. More information on the website of the Museum of Brittany .

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