Philippe Dugay works on the decontextualization of objects. His constructions float between light and darkness, between reality and fiction. In this inside outside dialogue, the pictures of landscapes and interiors, taken in a tangible and familiar reality, focus on the space around houses. With a meticulous know-how, the artist plays and juggles with the imaginary and the real, the fabricated and the natural.
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