To observe the territories and bear witness to how they develop: for over twenty-five years, these have been the main objectives behind Anne-Marie Filaire’s work. It all started in 1992 in Auvergne, where she took part in the Observatoire Photographique du Paysage, a project commissioned by the Ministry of Environment.
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