Gilbert Garcin died peacefully in his sleep (unrelated to the current pandemic). He was 90 years old. Born in La Ciotat on June 21, 1929, Gilbert Garcin began a second life as an artist when he retired, after a career in the lighting industry. An internship at Arles seems to be decisive in the creative passion which seized him and pushed him to build, between 64 and 83 years old, a photographic work which quickly became a reference. Exhibited in France and around the world, it seduced the general public and critics with his world of carefully elaborated images, accompanied...
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