“Fragments” was born of the encounter between two writings, photographic and literary, on the body. Originally, photographs are a sort of rediscovery of body, of bodies, by fragments, forgetting the usual keys of reading, both anatomy and aesthetics. The photographer’s gaze proposes a course, sometimes explicit, sometimes abstruse, through the hollows and the fills, the folds and the lines. Images […]
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