The project called Figures du Village focuses on the personalities that shaped the landscape of a village: Mouriès. Thus, Morgan Mirocolo’s mobile studio moved to photograph alumni and tried to capture the moments of sincerity in front of his camera. Presented in this exhibition are 40 unique, expressive, marked faces. 40 faces that speak of their human history and that of a village that still binds with its heritage, its trades, its habits. To be Mourièsen, what does that mean? This is one of the questions the photographer has asked himself and still asks himself while contemplating and spending time […]
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