Detached from any romantic or touristic vision of the landscape, Michel Le Belhomme’s photographic research develops an ambiguous relation with representation, between document and fiction. Extoling an analytical photography, his images place the spectator in a situation of visual precariousness, in search of a sense with which to separate the real from the false.
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