This year, Louis Vuitton publishes French photographer Paul Rousteau gaze on the city of Geneva. A curious city, Geneva … uninhabited, depopulated and recolored like a painting by Bonnard. Crossing bright colors, sometimes gaudy, Geneva seems diametrically deserted, only populated by statues with curved breasts and towered by peaceful summits. “A safe and clean city,” laughs Paul Rousteau, a city where one could pile the clichés, where the inhabitants seem to be quiet, respectful, clean and cultivated. Paul Rousteau nevertheless praises this ideal living environment. He fell in love with the city at the age of eighteen. As a student, […]
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