Arles 2020 day by day by Thierry Maindrault How many forgotten places, how much time wasted of which there are only remains, spoils, wrecks and other waste abandoned by all. They are objects like humans, their earthly life inexorably disappears. It is the same for their soul (if it does not exist only in the imagination of the poet) which slowly blows away in secret in the universal vastness. At the first view of Antoine Herscher’s photographs, we imagine that the author is strongly attracted by the aestheticism of this progressive erasure of what seemed eternal. If you take time...
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