Heads or tails, the world has two facets: one grey and chaotic, the other luminous and sterile. During a stay of two years in Delhi, Olivier Culmann was interested in the use of photography in India. Particularly present and prolific, this very codified culture offers a rich field of experimentation for the photographer. A magic mirror of a better world,...
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