We often forget that most of the landscapes that surround us have nothing left of the wild or natural. Man transforms his environment, shapes it to his need, not consciously but often harmoniously, perhaps also by accident. Thierry Ardouin interrogates these landscapes where, at first glance, there’s nothing to see. Respecting both the usages of landscape photography, and the establishment...
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