“J’avais posé le monde sur la table” (I set the world on the table), René Daumal’s confession, is not a catalog of photographs, but a call to wander on the Earth, an invitation to discover the worlds of Rondeau. Here, history knocks down geography, events become embedded in the landscapes, but Rondeau’s images are timeless.
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