Michel Lagarde’s Dramagraphies is a book conceived as a pastiche of works about the cinema. It presents the unique photographic work of Lagarde, artist and photographer, through 26 photographs. The tone of the photographs varies between humor and nostalgia, and the accompanying quotations are variously sober and burlesque.
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