Vincent Desailly

The Trap

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Vincent Desailly
The Trap

Ed. Nadine Barth, text(s) by Gucci Mane, graphic design by Jade Lombard

English

2019. 128 pp., 51 ills.

Hardcover

24.00 x 29.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-4696-0

The Sound of Music

“Trap” is a style of hip hop originating from the Southern United States, and in particular, attributed to the city of Atlanta, Georgia. The term “trap house” also refers to the location drug deals are made in. And of course, “trap” also means a “snare”. These definitions and more collide when documentary photographer Vincent Desailly sets out to capture the world of trap in Atlanta. His photography is an intimate dive into the life and senses brought forth by the music. Desailly‘s haunting portraiture puts forward musicians, dealers and residents of the city in an enchantingly beautiful and elegant narrative navigating the world of trap.

VINCENT DESAILLY (*1989, near Paris) is a documentary, portrait, and fashion photographer. His photographs are produced for wellknown magazines like M le Magazine du Monde, WSJ Magazine, Telegraph Magazine, Vogue or Vanity Fair.

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