I was in Paris over the weekend, where I captured close-up from walls resembling the abstract paintings of artists like Gerhard Richter, Willem De Kooning and Mark Bradford. As the protesters and riot police collided in the streets, I zigzagged through the alleyways with my eyes on the subtleties the city has to offer. The series is a meditation on the rich history of Paris, embedded in the walls, the rugged beauty of the ordinary and overlooked. www.mortenrockfordravn.com...
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