Laurent Baheux is following in the footsteps of Ansel Adams, great Master of Photography and pioneer in environmental protection.
The French photographer is now famous for his portraits of African wildlife shown at the London Museum of National History in 2007, or at the 38th Rencontres d’Arles. He recently transposed his practice of black and white photography to the representation of the natural landscapes of the American West.
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