La Fontaine Obscure photography gallery based in Aix-en-Provence is showing HORIZON(s), an exhibition of instant photography by the French photographer, Nicolas Poizot. Born in 1969, the creative direction of his work has been greatly influenced by his discovery of instant films. A medium that is coming to the end of its life but which combines two qualities that quickly seduced him: immediacy and silver-based film.
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