Some argue that the real is a springboard for the dream. So this week, blank screen. No dream to consider in this press review. There must be several realities, the good and the bad. The photographer is responsible for capturing the mood of reality, as a privileged witness , the voyeur of the indistinguishable, a performer, a smuggler. Heavy task. But in fact the photographer will tell us that the "real" as JP Sartre wrote "is no more in the real ugly than the real ideally dolled up." Reality is interpreted and becomes a sensation, a feeling of "truth." The "real" is as different, as we are.
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