In his work «Voyage in Italy» in 1983-1984, the «resident» François Delebecque unveils with his elegant eye the sensuality of statues and build a physical poetry of the baroque and of Roman antiquity, and then he plunges into the geometric emotion of the Brocoli Romanesco. This exhibition in black and white square format, allows the visitor to follow his creative path, through the walks and interiors of the Villa, in the construction of his discourse on the body – «the archer photographer» - as Hervé Guibert called him.
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