Three recent series by Gilles Ouaki, the famous photographer for Le Parisien and Paris Match, are currently on display at the Galerie Morette & Moretti in Paris. They confirm his total commitment to contemporary art. For twenty years Ouaki covered the most violent events and people in France, like Mesrine, Action Directe and Carlos the Jackal. A while ago he gave up on violence to explore emotion. Ouaki excels at magnifying the best of human feelings and creativity.
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