Artist Antoine Poupel likes to transgress his images, to re-examine reality, to subvert the habits of the viewers’ gaze. In doing so, he reimagines an image and creates a platform for reinterpretation, carefully working his photographs, by what seems to be scribbles, and which reveals a rich and significant expression. In this series of works he subtly proposes a message:...
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