Nature imperilled by men, is at the heart of the creation of the Laotian artist Bounpaul Phothyzan. Photography – and images – are only traces of interventions in landscape which can be related to land art and can be either monumental – when he works with peasants on the banks of the river with floating woods that are gathered to...
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