François Halard (b. 1961, French) photographed his father Yves in his house in Les Vignères in the South of France during the days preceding his passing in 2016. Capturing the last moments shared together, the photographs are witnesses of an unusual approach for Halard. Papa explores a personal environment within a career principally dedicated to interior and architectural photography. Yves Halard was an admired decorator and in the process, also became a collector, a gatherer of objects, from antique furniture to toys. He therefore created, with his wife Michelle, a one-of-a-kind spirit — their own. Contrary to François Halard’s habits, these photographs...
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