“My son is mestizo. It is for this reason that I realized this series of portraits “. This is how the text of Alexis Duclos begins for his book. Forty-two black and white portraits of men and women, whose visual director is miscegenation. These photographs and these testimonies are the fruit of a work begun several years ago. My editorial...
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