The project Les Invisibles is the result of an encounter between two modes of inscription: one photographic, the other drawn in pencil. This meshing of image and drawing has its origin in the desire to illuminate some of Julien Mignot’s photographs taken at the Promenade de la Croisette in Cannes: black and white portraits of celebrities caught in an intimate setting (yet fully clothed).
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