I do not know why, but I’ve always been drawn to the anthropological role of photography. No doubt a childhood with the comics of the “ligne claire” already made a lot of young readers travel, whether Spirou, Tintin, Alix or Blake and Mortimer? Or the photos of my father of the great Saharan Erg, when he was crossing it with Roger Frison Roche? And I became a photographer, and suddenly became more and more passionate about the role of the image and what it can say. And the big favorites are most of the time “amateur” authors but who are...
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