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Jean-Luc Coudun



I wanted to talk about the beauty of simple things, beauty in its most modest form.
I’ve always been touched by the fragility of things and beings, and by the passage of time.
These reflections led me to take an interest in the Wabi Sabi philosophy, which originated in Japan. This philosophy can be summed up as follows: nothing lasts, nothing is perfect, nothing is finished.
This approach then led me naturally to Japanese prints, whose codes I have taken up in certain photos.
This series is the fruit of these reflections and inspirations.

The moon… for a night
The flower, short and beautiful is its life
Youth, fleeting it flees
The bird in the sky vanishes
It is midnight!
But already the morning delights me!

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