Galerie Paris-Beijing presents the work of the French photographer Laurent Chéhère. Employing traditional photography and digital manipulation, his surreal series, Flying Houses, elevates architecture to a new level. The artist takes a variety of residential structures out of their defining neighbourhood. Released from the choked streets, the houses float amidst the clouds, like kites.
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