Every year in late summer, 60,000 free spirits gather in the middle of the desert, in Nevada, for the Burning Man festival. An ephemeral city appears, where art, solidarity and independence reign. A week later, this euphoria disappears into ashes. Through these powerful and poetic photographs, Eric Bouvet takes the viewer into the heart of this surrealist event.
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