« Creating the illusion, the dream, animating the inanimate, confusing the trails, I have always thought myself a bit of a taxidermist when I take photographs (…) » The Museum of Natural History of Paris is currently exhibiting Sarah Moon‘s clichés; some done on purpose for that exhibition last summer in the Jardin des Plantes along with older photographs where the animal and vegetal worlds, life and death, colour and black and white are meeting each other.
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