Intimist and poetic, the “Barfuss” photography series questions relationships without false modesty in particular the moment when happiness seems to be self-sufficient. Sabine Koe freezes that moment when life seems pure and simple, when the dreamy love story vacillates between trust and melancholy. Through a warm and sunny atmosphere, the different chapters of her story, taken from a personal experience, recount situations from everyday life the artist wants to remember.
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