For Guillaume Rivière, everything flows, as his name suggests. He is at once a landscape photographer and a portrait artist of the human condition in the most remote corners of the planet. The spiritual son of Raymond Depardon, with whom he shares a passion for medium format and color, Rivière started out professionally in 2000 with portraits of French farmers.
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