Museal Until now, my photographic research has mainly focused on the silence of objects or plants. The interpretation which results from the observation of human beings occupied a reduced place in my work. The painting galleries of museums have proven to be places of reconciliation between a permanently dead world exposed to the public and living visitors who were going to freeze and, by the same token, find their place in the stillness of the paintings. Consequently, it was a question of organizing a photograph which expresses the meeting of the eyewitnesses of today and the painting of the past....
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