Jérome Sans, art critic and curator, was appointed artistic advisor for the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie (then called the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la Photographie) in 1998. For the third edition of the Prix HSBC, the Yugoslavian photographer Milomir Kovacevic and the American photographer Seton Smith were awarded the prize. Today we’re looking back at the work of American photographer Seton Smith, whose images question the real and unreal. It was the opportunity for us to inquire about his experience and to learn about how his career has evolved since.
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