During five successive years, this photographer from Bordeaux, France, followed kids in summer camps in the south of France, documenting the life of the boys and girls, under her lens: there is freedom, laughers, dramas too. Her black and white pictures are reminiscent of Sally Mann’s. Nahia Garat talks about her work in a poetical way. Our first perceptions are...
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