There is a mythical peasant market in the Luberon, a sublime region of southeastern France. It’s Coustellet where every Sunday morning and Wednesday afternoon, 40 local farmers bring their products, each of which can give rise to a real culinary orgasm. More surprising still, on the other side of the main street; a bookstore of provocatively named: John Doe Books. A place of wonders with a rare character. Hans Silvester made the portrait of the owner, Olivier Techer. He introduced himself: “More than thirty years ago I opened my first bookshop in Bonnieux, in agreement with the La Gare gallery...
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