I have been following the work of the Artist photographer Eve Morcrette for ten years. I have seen it evolve in a favorable way, always with a common aesthetic reflection on the photographic medium and an evolution towards a plastic vocabulary more and more marked over time. This corresponds moreover to a personal evolution of Morcrette, who for several years, while continuing to exercise her activity, draws and paints. These two practices have visibly altered her perception of her own work, revitalizing it by giving it new depth through completely unusual proposals. I thus could see, to my great surprise,...
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