When I was 20, photographers dreamt of working for Gamma, following in the footsteps of Gilles Caron, Raymond Depardon or Michel Laurent. Almost 40 years later, i would say that young photographer’s now dream of working for ”Tendance Floue” with their original and diverse approach to the world’s singularities and atrocities. An rich photographic story whose aesthetic approach is more often appreciated on gallery walls than in magazine pages.
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