“Littoral Marseille”, named after the bus stations that line the seaside, in an incredible paradox because if you can walk along the sea for about twenty kilometers, from L’Estaque to Prado beach, you hardly see it, almost not… It is this paradox that Élise Llinarès explored and photographed, a paradox that Michel Peraldi, anthropologist at the CNRS, deciphers in a committed and very personal text to deconstruct Marseilles myths and plead for a rediscovered use of the coast and the sea. This book, where photography and anthropology interact, evokes a contemplative stroll along the coast. Page after page, from Estaque...
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