This is not a text on François Halard that portrays him as an interior or decor photographer. This simplistic view of the photographer’s work is contradicted by Oscar Humphries, who is revealing a series unknown until now in the book Italian Polaroids by Idea Books and Sotheby’s. Throughout the pages, the reader discovers new images accompanied by short texts written...
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