In 2008, I recovered the films of the photos taken by my father, Charles Devigne (1920-1996). By scanning them, I rediscovered the richness of this family heritage from an adult perspective, and I realized the importance of passing it on. After digital restoration of the sometimes damaged negatives, the idea of showing the public some of these photos took form. After a first exhibition featuring family photos, I came across a series produced after the liberation. The story takes place in 47, my father is a teacher at Saint-Bertin college in Saint-Omer, and supervises a school trip. The series is...
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