In the early 1980s, Spanish Movida left a permanent mark of the young Jérôme Ferrière, a young man from South West France. When he was twenty, he roamed the planet, visiting tropical locations and learning to take pictures in Brazil. His idols were all mavericks with a spiritual side: Helmut Newton, Charles Baudelaire, Serge Gainsbourg, Keith Richards...
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