I am now going to introduce 28 photographs taken from newspapers in France and abroad. How shall I go about it? Introduction is a strange word. My French dictionary defines introduire as, “the act of introducing, of letting into.” The word listed before it is intriguer, meaning “to make complex, intricate.” Dear viewers, I am as lost in my words as I am in my photos. There are too many words, too many photos. How to write about them all? Fortunately, for you and me, there are well established neural structures to point us in the right direction.
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