Benard Plossu is a man of letters. In a literal sense. Since the second half of the 20th century, around the world his photographs captured the words of our daily life like visual haikus. Guns in Arizona, A l’avenir in France, Diablos en el cielo in Mexico… All these messages and symbols which, like a game, a puzzle, shape the...
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