Laurent Villeret exposes the Héliotropes within the off , of the month of photography in the basement of the library imagigraphe at 84 rue Oberkampf. The Héliotropes is a book of his travels shot with Polaroid, but transferred to paper. And because some of the images were made in Russia, and he does not like the kind of openings "chips-pretzel-gallon of wine," he decided to prepare himself a small russian buffet .
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