Ordinary (French) People


If some have trouble coming to terms with what Mège has made or done, it could be useful to think of her work, as conceptual as it might be, as a dance that lasted twenty-two years.

For the New Yorker, Anna Heyward profiles Isabelle Mège, a regular person who has sought out portraits of herself from dozens of esteemed photographers.

Adam Keller is a Wesleyan graduate currently based in Oakland, California. He's a founding editor of REELYDOPE and used to write for The Argus. More from this author →