I went to Montreal to prepare a thesis, with pictures in support of urban spaces. I came back with a photographic series about ” fried potatoes”. Divine surprises of life! Today, Loco editions accompany me so that this work becomes a book, which mixes photographs and testimonies. Photographing these “stands” made me discover a phenomenon of society, specific to Quebec, truly rooted in the lives of Quebecers. And as someone told me during these encounters: “There is not a Quebecker who does not have a potato stand in his heart! “. To each his stand and his best potato, his...
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