A humanist photographer and tireless walker, Gunnar Smoliansky surveys cities like Stockholm, or again his childhood places. In Deauville, he’s had full freedom to toy with his imagination while strolling along the streets of the town, capturing details that escaped us, playing with shadows, lights, and the physical presence of the locals.
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