With the precision of an entomologist preparing a collection of specimens for study, since the 1980s Yves Trémorin has developed a methodical rigour in his procedures and processes, isolating his subjects in a fragmentary way. Removed from any contextual, spatial or temporal clues, freed from any anecdotes, they become, in his extremely ascetic image, more like emblems, mythological figures or symbolic objects.
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