For more than forty years, the photographer navigates between the infinitely small and the infinitely great, between shadows, dust and traces, in a maze powerfully orchestrated. The shock of environments and temperaments during an enigmatic crossing to see in a monograph published by Éditions Xavier Barral and an exhibition at the Théâtre de la Hill in Paris under the aegis of Wajdi Mouawad. There is magic in contact with the photographs of Alain Willaume, as if they were able to give rise to shapes and colors within our minds without however giving them to us immediately. In fact, most of the […]
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