With his series “Cimarron”, the photographer continues to explore traditional costumes and masks around the world. Taken in America, his photographs are to be seen at the castle of the Dukes of Brittany in Nantes and in a book published by Editions Actes Sud. They are costumes with amazing shapes and shimmering colors, funny custom-made masks, with all kinds of materials, from bull’s horn to crocodile skin … The outfits worn by the people photographed by Charles Fréger fascinate by the inventiveness shown by their authors and immediately throw us into a colorful carnival where the scores of oppressed peoples...
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