The signs that would make it possible to identify the European cities crossed by Laure Abouaf are very rare and equivocal as soon as one thinks of having found them. The name of these localities is not indicated in the form of a lcaption that would require of us to search in our travel memories what, in any case, we would not find inside the photographic frame. In fact, unlike the postcard or travel reportage, the series excludes from its field of vision the local color, the typical detail, the exotic note, the picturesque setting or the folkloric atmosphere. However,...
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