If “De Anima Lapidum” does not constitute a break in the work of Estelle Lagarde – it is almost always architectures that inspire her staged photographs – this series is however very particular. Whereas the previous images were attached to the human presence, to its traces, in constructions about to be destroyed or rehabilitated, those of “De Anima Lapidum” were...
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