Written by Françoise Chadaillac. At the end of August 2020, the book “The Queen of the Potato or The cantines of the detour” published by Editions Loco, will finally be available in bookstores. Yes, it took 40 years for this work to finally see the light of day, since I took these photos at the very beginning of the 1980s in Quebec. In black & white. With an acute and demanding awareness of the relationships and tensions between the darkest areas and the lightest areas. This, with the sole aim of restoring the atmospheres and sensations of the moment. Because...
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