Cerise Doucède and her work first gained notoriety in 2013 when she won the HSBC photography award. Galerie Charron in Paris is presenting her work throughout June with Mimesis, an exhibition of her images and those of painter Michael Doucet. Cerise is showing her series entitled Égarements (or ‘Lost in thought’) in which she set out to illustrate an array of everyday hallucinations, something all of us can relate to: in other words, those moments where we lose focus and start to daydream or think about something else.
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