The exhibition at the Musée du Hieron echoes Philippe Brame’s photographs and texts around his favorite themes: the epure, on the one hand, with the deliberate choice to stop on the “detail” or the ” essential “. of what must be shown; and the duo Ombre | Light, which gives images natural lighting that is often light, sometimes more distinct. The work of Philippe Brame is in the lineage of Lucien Hervé (1910-2007), one of the rare French photographers to combine humanist philosophy and architectural thought. Lucien Hervé’s low- angle framing, his oblique views, a certain starkness and a desire...
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