Michèle Chomette presents until June 4th, exhibition devoted at French photographer Arnaud Claass. To present his work, Claass wrote : "I take photographs in order to apprehend the irregularities of daily life, and the resonances they create in us. My preferred subjects are the distinctive and the unexpected. The way I practise the act of recording – immediate or premeditated – is as literal as possible. The idea is that my photographs should be approachable."
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