Photographer Guy Le Querrec loves fables. The elephant’s eye according to african lore works as a camera at the last second when the diaphragm opens. Each picture taken at this moment calls for imagination, challenging the eye. For over fifty years, Guy Le Querrec’s Leica has been telling universal imaginary legends. Each legend becomes one of our own picture . The spectator is lifted by Le Querrec’s music and images. Beyond any kind of glasses, there is so much to see through the elephant’s eye.
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