Even if he works in gardens and other special spaces, the heart of Jean Rault’s photographic work is made up of portraits begun at the beginning of the 1980s in the wake of his two great masters: August Sander for social inventory and Diane Arbus for the more psychological and intimate aspect. In both cases, a certain radicalism, one could...
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