Emmanuelle Bousquet, whose work is in praise of the female body, continues her research by observing the landscapes around Eygalières in Provence as the emergence of signs that are at once familiar, disturbing and fantastical. She was born in Nimes in 1979. Started photography at the age of ten. She lives in Paris and has had close ties with Eygalières for twenty years. The family home, her first source of inspiration, in old Eygalières, is one of the privileged places to create her photos. In 2004, she met photographer Antoine d’Agata in Arles. The latter encouraged her to explore all...
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