“Do not point at with your finger. ” One can imagine the little Eric in Buenos Aires, reprimanded by his parents, when, curious, astonished or laughing, he pointed out to them the people for their humor or their strangeness. This is actually the first gesture of the photographer. Eric has continued to show us what life offers him everyday. He does not go on an expedition in search of exceptional events. There is no plan to go to far-off countries to extract a well-hidden truth. He sails home (Argentina remains his childhood territory) carried by the current of his days,...
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