Since 1984 / B & W and Polaroid « I made a series of black and white images of life in swimming pools in France and around the world. It is part of a sociological and aesthetic research that I have been conducting for the past thirty years on the theme « The body and water ». This set is unique by its size, unique too, for the fact that I could take photos openly without authorization (photos are now prohibited in all public swimming pools) my camera close to the water and underwater without scaring anyone. Hence this proximity, this sensuality, this...
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