The series – a nod to the film by Enki Bilal, whose work is also a source of inspiration for these pictures – noted coastal erosion and projects us into a possible future. Through a course of ten sites along the French west coast, Philippe Séon presents an original view of the military heritage of the Second World War. His photographs are evidence of the recent past, relics of military activity but also environmentally friendly in that they document the state of coastal erosion. They also reflect the fact that the artists take the bunkers and turn them into works...
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