A virtuoso photographer of the print, the alchemist Born in 1936, Jean-Pierre Evrard spent part of his childhood in Morocco and began photography at the age of eighteen. His photographic writing is characterized by a humanist look, a work on the material and symbols and the quality of print that give his world a timeless poetry. All of his work to date represents more than 50,000 negatives, half of them in African countries. His photographic career began 50 years ago, spurring him to use black and white film process exclusively. Becoming a master in the discipline, he is also a...
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