The mind moves, the soul is moved, the mind reasons, the soul resonates. – François Cheng
The beauty and uniqueness of Eve Morcrette’s photographs reside in the way his images refer to the history of European art. This artist constantly pays respectful tribute to the painters who moved her. If these references to painting betray a pronounced taste for pictorialist photography, they allow it above all to establish a mental coming and going between past, present and future, in which she feels in harmony with the movement of the world. This immoderate taste for the contemplation of a historical work in accordance with her deep self reveals a romantic artist whose desire is to abolish the very idea of time.
Brigitte Ducousso-Mao, Historienne de l’art.