Éric Laforgue photographed teenagers of a Paris Thomas Mann High School class, four years apart, at their entry in the first grade and at the end of the last grade, before they discovered other horizons. In front of this series of double portraits of adolescents, we feel all at ounce gidiness in front of time flying, faith in a promissing continuity,...
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