Alain Rivière-Lecœur, visual artist, defines his work as “photo-sculpture”. Making a link and a binder between the earth and the flesh, between the stone and the flesh, feel the skin sweat, vibrate under the envelope. Frozen bodies in full motion … While drawing inspiration from genesis and mythology, the great painters Théodore Géricault, Botero, as well as the great sculptors,...
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