In a sort of floating state, Luc Chery, during the first half of the 1980s, photographed the night, its bars, concerts, nightclubs, the postmodern “dance hall wildlife” at the onset of the AIDS years. He integrated himself to the protagonists of this nighttime excitement, eagerly immersing himself as if fishing for images and bringing back trophies or kinds of talismans. ...
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