For nearly seven years, Éric Antoine has devoted himself to the wet- collodion process, placing the tangibility of images at the very heart of his quest. His work cannot be dissociated from his life, whether in its most mundane aspects or its fundamental quests. He questions the fleeting nature of time, memory, the healing of scars, and hope, ever discreet...
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