“Etrange fleur Que ce débris d’une photographie!” (Yves Bonnefoy) My project on the funerary medallions voluntarily erase the names and dates of the deceased. My subject is not the memory of the dead, but the fate of these icons ravaged by time. Some end up scattered on the tombstone buried in the weeds or covered with moss. Bernard Chevalier
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