The French photographer and visual artist Laurent Millet was born in 1968. He lives in La Rochelle and teaches at the art school in Angers. He is currently the subject of an exhibition at the Galerie Particulière in Paris, a retrospective at the Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Angers, and a catalogue published by Filigranes. We spoke with Millet before the opening of his show at the Galerie Particulière.
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