Landscapes, people, a sensitive black and white, without effect, vibrant with subtle grays, the feeling that spaces are inhabited, that they contain memories, traces, that man, without that being obvious, has modeled and inhabited, that’s what we feel in Vanessa Winship’s special approach. As usual, she does not describe, she testifies to nothing but what she feels, she does not try to demonstrate anything but wants us to share the emotions that assail her when she lets herself go to the measure of the space she comes across. Nothing excessive, a lot of restraint, perhaps even a little sadness, or...
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