After Ordinary Faults (2012), which had revealed to the public the sharpness of Géraldine Lay’s vision and the originality of her signature, the photographer continued her sensitive urban explorations and her questioning of urban humanity in Britain. . Faithful to her method, imbued with meticulousness and precision – although not ceasing to be attentive to the hypothesis of the sudden onset of surprise or chance – Géraldine Lay mentally apprehends her territories before photographing them. She feels the light, the atmosphere …, impregnation, more than identification, which instills a privacy at the very heart of anonymity. Some critics have rightly...
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