With Le temps des grenadines, the French photographer invites us to discover a long project, carried out since 2004 with the complicity of his eldest son. Through the years he has tried to capture the essence of childhood as a careful observer of his boy, but also by returning to his own childhood. Here he brings out a timeless vision, made tangible and touching particularly by the very delicate, silver-based prints that he made himself. It is the first chapter in a trilogy both private and universal that Dan Aucante is currently showing at the Galerie Patrick Gutknecht in Paris. […]
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