During a residency at the Atelier Blanc (Villefranche-de-Rouergue), Florence Chevallier produced a series entitled Rivière (River) that uses the banks of the Aveyron for scenery and the local inhabitants as models. This series lies within the scope of her oeuvre, continuing the themes found in her series Enchantements (1996 – 1999), and Des Journées Entières (1999).
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