Patrick Willocq,draws from his photographer’s imagination “with white skin but black soul” since his Congolese adolescence, the art of metamorphosing reality in poignant pictures displaying his deep humanist convictions. In this village of Saint-Martory, in Haute-Garonne, where nine hundred and fifty inhabitants and, since the summer of 2016, fifty asylum-seekers live, far from the current commotion, it is our sweet France...
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