"For the last fifteen years I’ve been sifting through the boxes of postcards from the 50s to the 70s of seaside in flea markets and second hand shops. This collection has its echo in my work on abandoned seaside resorts in winter and my fascination for the film by Jacques Tati «Mr Hulot’s Holiday.»
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