Produced between 2016 and 2019, the black and white photographs that make up Mortemart’s Quest project depict humans overwhelmed by daily routine, lost in the anonymity of big cities, facing uncertainty and looking for themselves. In search of existential answers, they wander in a rapidly changing world, animated by a feeling of loneliness and anxiety. In an era increasingly characterized by uncertainty and social divide, the men and women depicted in Quest question their identity in a world that is sometimes difficult to grasp. A passionate photographer since the age of 14, Alexandre de Mortemart (born in 1961) started out...
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