One day, the painters became photographers. With Fabien Dettori, painting and photography caress each other, interpenetrate each other and fecundate each other, releasing one into the other of paintings where the vivid plays with duration. Where the duration captures the snapshot of the poses. The bodies, the faces illuminate the shadow from which they are detached, without really leaving it. Impregnated with darkness, fragile border between inside and outside, the bare skin seems to hesitate between the soul and the body. Neither sun nor moon. The absent sky. As if the light did not come from outside, but from the […]
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