The space shuttle Atlantis completed its final flight last month, bringing pride and bittersweet nostalgia to many Americans. But what about our beloved, symbolic astronaut? What will he do now that he’s out of the hero business? Piggy-backing on the mixe
Piggy-backing on the mixed emotions of the country about the end of NASA’s space shuttle program, photographer Neil DaCosta and art director Sara Phillips produced a darkly comic project by staging fictitious last moments of a distraught anonymous, unemployed astronaut.
The programming of Circulation(s) 2015 is built around a major exhibition featuring the work of 21 young European photographers, selected from a pool of 600 submissions. The photographs on display were selected by a jury of professionals from the photo world led by Nathalie Herschdorfer and the director of CENTQUATRE, José Manuel Gonçalves.