To present those portraits, a part of which is truncated, retracted, is for me a way of remembering that those people may have suffered the Culturel Revolution and its repercussions and now its reversal. They lost little of their human being, their soul, as if a part of their life has been stolen from them. This serie of photos wants […]
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