Todd Hido, overwhelmed by the northern lights in winter, surveyed the Normandy countryside, pierced through mists and fogs and sublimated landscapes and young women, always in the footsteps of his memories and primitive images. His precious prints, made by himself, are the subject of an exhibition at Point de vue. Planches Contact, Deauville festival Until January 3rd, 2021 https://planchescontact.fr/fr...
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