The work of the Swiss photographer Béatrice Helg occupies a special place in the tradition of staged photography that first saw the light of day in the 1980s. Indeed, far from hyper-realistic or narrative works, or reconstructions of scenes from daily life, her works show us abstract forms, luminous worlds.
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