This black and white series aims to present an alternative vision of the Parisian periphery, otherwise known traditionally and without nuance, the Suburban. Far from the clichés and anxiety paintings usually broadcast, these images attempt to construct an aesthetic presentation of architectural utopias become erected in the 50s, but more significantly in the decades 70 and 80.
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