After a long search for a suitable medium, Philippe Ordioni chose photography. It has become his language. His encounter with the visual artist Rodia Bayginot led him to create over 2000 portraits. This in turn helped him refine his focus and create, with the assistance of his daughter, Claire Ordioni, a series of baroque portraits, at once unsettling and funny, with a whiff of expressionist or sci-fi cinema (but far from the unpalatable Star Wars saga).
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