Every city has a secret, and Nicolas Martin has been trying to find them with his architectural eye. He has photographed swimming pools across the world for the past 30 years. Martin captures the pools—new and old, in states of ruins or renovated—with his surgical, poetic vision. His latest subject is the concrete structure built by Roger Taillibert, which first opened in Deauville in 1967. Controversial at the time, it has since found its way into the heart of Deauville and its citizens.
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