The Fondation HCB presents London, a new selection of photographs by Sergio Larrain (1931-2012) enlarged by the author himself. During the winter of 1958-1959, the Chilean photographer traveled to the British capital and produced a set of photographs in which, sensitive to the scenes and lights he encountered, his imagination went beyond the subject and the frame of the image. In London, Sergio Larrain made his first major essay during the four months of his residency, thanks to a scholarship from the British Council. If the photographs in this series were rarely reproduced in the press of the time, it was...
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