It’s in the sumptuous gardens of the Musée van Buuren art deco villa in Brussels, the iconic address of the Brussels cultural scene, that the photographer Thierry Balasse is presenting his new photographic adventure, an invitation to a journey to the heart of the being. Présences, it is a few moments face to face between the subject and the camera lens. After a moment of exchange followed by a few breaths or meditation conducive to relaxation, the photographer slips away to let silence prevail. Alone, each person has the experience of the presence of the self, while the camera is...
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