For over thirty years, Thierry Girard has explored photography’s capacity to shape our sense of place. One of France’s most important living photographers, winner of the prestigious Niépce prize, Girard seeks to unearth the intelligence of the landscape, to reveal through the image what Michel Chaillou calls the repository of “hidden knowledge” that invests even the most familiar of places, but which we all too often fail to apprehend.
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