The Flying Houses series started in 2007, is a poetic view on popular Parisian suburbs – Ménilmontant in particular – where Laurent Chéhère lives. « I wanted to tell the true or invented story of those sad and battered anonymous houses and give them an identity. » In that same spirit, he starts to take pictures of the old - for him interesting - buildings, before isolating them and placing them in the clouds.
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