Natten (night in Swedish) is a harsh and poignant book about mourning and the inevitable self-transformation it produces. A witness to the death of her alcoholic brother, the French photographer Margot Wallard tries to put this experience this incredibly violent experience into perspective by dissecting all the complex emotions that course through it. How could she tolerate this loss that stripped away part of her. How could she resist this heartrending experience , faced with the sudden emergence of an unacceptable truth. At the risk of seeing her life story remaining forever incomplete,, the photographer has to find a creative...
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