Your first photographic memory, the first emotion. John Divola’s Zuma series during my exchange in Los Angeles during my studies at the Beaux-Arts. It presents architectural spaces open onto hypnotic landscapes in which the artist intervened graphically in order to create paintings that tend towards the abstract. These images opened me up to photography and its possible transcendence of reality. The photographer who sparked your passion. Jeff Wall for his so poetic and at the same time so precise way of describing and transforming reality. His gaze on man and his environment is very accurate, but also very sensitive. Beyond...
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