Portrait of an author with a radical approach who is a model for many photographers, during the exhibition at the Vu gallery and the release of a conversation book published by Filigranes. Stéphane Duroy is a child of the twentieth century, a period tormented by two world wars and a standoff between East and West for nearly fifty years. It is for him an inexhaustible source of reflection and study. Uprising of Budapest, 1956, he is 8 years old. History awakens his conscience very early. It is the trigger of his fascination for men and events, fascination that still lives,...
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