“Every morning I will go out into the streets looking for colors“: this verse by Cesare Pavese (“Agonia”, 1936) could be the motto of photographer Alain Carayol. If the journey is for him, as for many other photographers, a way of appropriating the world through the photographic lens, his method is distinguished by a certain radicality in the obvious choice […]
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