Following Ritratti, Torino, exhibited at the Rencontres d’Arles 2012, L’Or gris is the latest series from the young photographer Aurore Valade. In this series, Aurore continues on her journey into visual semantics, offering viewers a different sense of history, liberated from the principle of physical causality: a couple getting to know each other playfully and passionately, a woman enjoying her freedom, the unsettling differences between twins, eternal motherhood, children pretending to be old, elixirs of life...
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