It seems as if it were the end of the holidays, where the sun of an Indian summer still shines through or a warm breeze caresses the skin. In the aftermath of the flirtations and the heart full of memories remains the outdated charm of the seaside resorts of our Mediterranean coasts, whose utopian architectures rival each other in ingenuity and stylistic audacity. Shane Lynam’s pastel photographs are the faded memory of an ambitious urbanist project initiated by Charles de Gaulle in 1963, at the time of the Trente Glorieuses. The “Mission Racine” aimed to promote tourism in the Languedoc-Roussillon...
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