A line of tarmac dissolving into an abstract painting. Brightly coloured objects overlaid, as in a collage. Two urinals defy against the assault of graffiti. Clouds in the morning sky tenderly cradling sunbeds on the shore. Aimless characters strolling under a concrete lace as their world was framed by its curves… Photographs signed Henri Darricau have the lightness of a […]
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