Until September 15th Florent Mattei shows his works in Nice. In his first personal exhibitions (The World is Perfect, The Parasite), there was already a desire to evoke the world around him while taking a staggered position to see better. There were of course strong and obvious references, to the American photographer Jeff Wall who stimulates him for his stagings of snapshots of life, for his talent to seize the power, the transcendence of a moment. But very quickly, he uses this force to deliver works more ingrained in the news, in the face of the violence of the world....
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