In the tradition of the Bechers, Patrick Tournebœuf explores urban space without varying his visual approach: he always uses a view camera and frontal perspective… Like an entomologist, he observes harbor landscapes through a magnifying glass. This series defines from the outset what the photographic act does: a chunk of space/time detached from its context and imprinted on a photosensitive...
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