Impalas, lycaons et autres paysages is the name of Dune Varela’s new book, published by Lutanie. Manon Lutanie, the director of the collection, sat down to speak with the author:
Manon Lutanie : How did you get the idea for this series of photographs ?Dune Varela : One day, I visited the San José Natural History Museum in Costa Rica. The museum is on the outskirts of the city, completely isolated, in the middle of nowhere. It houses a collection of antiquated stuffed animals that are arranged in re-created natural settings, called dioramas.
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