Paolo Verzone had developed a photographic series that questions our society and the representation of its leisure. He makes simple, straightforward portraits in the documentary tradition. For Planche(s) Contact he came back to Deauville, a city he already knew, to meet those he calls The Toilers of the Sea.
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