What characterizes Olivier Verley’s photographic approach is the permanence of the places he summons. Whether it be the French Vexin that he has been exploring since his childhood, the banks of the Oise, or the hills of the Gers, landscape is consistent in the work, however, the photographer’s eye is always different.
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