For four years, Gaëlle Henkens and Roger Job have photographed Camargue ranchers and gardians. Reflecting this living tradition, “Soleil Noir” (“Black Sun”) is a work of authentic beauty prefaced by Patrick de Carolis. By Frédéric Loore “The journey on horseback introduces the rider to a new reading of the world“. Sylvain Tesson, “Small Treaty on the Immensity of the World”. The big books require that we summon the great authors to talk about it. Precisely, “Soleil Noir“ is not just ranking among the beautiful books. It’s a big book. Not only by its format that imposes, as much as by […]
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