In search of the real and imminent life through spontaneous and urban photographs - the best known being his night views, Brassaï (1899 - 1984) was fascinated by the phenomenon of graffiti, which reflects an irresistible and existential need to leave its material presence, immortalizing the unconscious soul born of injuries and hopes.
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