Imagine the smell of salt, the sound of waves breaking against the hull of the boat and the sea foam splashing through the massive rocks. The photographs of Charles F. Ouellet awaken our senses, in silence. In the exhibition Le Naufrage, on display at the Galerie Lacerte in Montreal through April 20th, Ouellet documents the daily lives of fishermen in the estuary of the St. Lawrence River in a narrative and dreamlike way.
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