Bruno Beucher photographs the sea, the waiting, the absence. Each image reveals a story and a daily life that seems to repeat itself. Each take highlights the fate of those who remain on the ground. The notion of portrait is completely revisited in such a tribute to these women who watch for departures and watch for returns, as much as a tribute to the sea and to those who face it. The photographer invents an inextricably braided architectural algebra. The tracery creates frames within the coves and other places. This does not mean, however, that Beucher frolics randomly. Everything is...
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