The incredible story of Gilbert Garcin, aka Mister G, began nearly 20 years ago. This retired Marseille native discovered his passion for photography after an internship at the Rencontres d’Arles. He specializes in photomontage. From his makeshift studio in La Ciotat, armed with a pair of scissors and a few accessories, Garcin cuts up photographs of himself, creating worlds reminiscent of the films of Jacques Tati and Alfred Hitchcock.
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