“Filmmaker, Guy Gilles has photographed throughout his life. If his cinematographic oeuvre remained discret, his photographic work remained voluntarily secret, Guy Gilles not wishing, for a long time, to exhibit. Towards the end of his life, however, he decided to show some of his clichés, and prepared a show that he will not have time to see, caught up by his illness . Whether he’s photographing in Algeria, Spain, Morocco, or Mexico, his favorite subjects are the same: the street, the beach, the objects, the children, the faces, the tanned bodies and lascivious young boys, these images gripping like those...
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