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Nicolas Baudouin



Photography has always had a privileged relationship with the anecdotal. Didn’t Nicéphore Niepce simply choose the view of the roofs offered from the window of his house in Saint-Loup-de-Varennes in Saône-et-Loire to take in 1827 what is today the oldest preserved photograph!

Since the invention of smartphones and social networks, everyone (or almost everyone) has taken photos of their daily lives and shared them on Instagram or elsewhere. It has never been so easy to photograph, so much so that rather than copying information written on a panel hung on a wall, we photograph it…

Myself, I am always ready to take my phone out of my pocket to capture a fragment of a moment and a space that suddenly calls to me. The series presented below bears witness to this new reflex since it is a selection of images taken in Paris quite spontaneously with my phone during these anecdotal encounters!

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