Monch extracts the human from matter or dissolves the human in matter. He seeks primary emotion, tirelessly tracing fundamental human questions. Monch works only instinctively, in all sincerity. Cynical, tender, glowing, observant at once receptive and intractable, photographer Pierre Leblanc is the lucid spectator of ordinary life and domestic tragedy. ANTOINE MONCH & PIERRE LEBLANC > NATURE HUMAINE 1 […]
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