At first glance, we think of street photography, the discipline of letting oneself be carried away by the city and its roughness, in the manner of the situationists. Drifting – characters like the photographer – as a process of uprooting fertile, the city as a dangerous playground. We can easily imagine ourselves behind the lens, capturing the images that could […]
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