French photogapher Gilbert Garcin, whose work was a higlight of the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles in 2013, is exhibited at Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna, Austria. When talking about his photographs, Gilbert Garcin has been referred to as the “cousin of Jacques Tati” or the “spiritual relative of Rene Magritte.” The adept of the surrealist genre came to photography late in life....
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