“Lynn SK recounts, through her approach to photography, a personal experience linked to her dual culture: born in Algeria in 1986, refugee in France with her parents because of the terrorism that hit her country in the 1990s, she only recently returned to the cities and landscapes of her childhood, on a regular basis. Her photography is associated with a quest for identity and a form of autobiographicalfiction. From these trips back and forth between France and Algeria three series are gathered here: Belouizdad Street, Jenima and JE TU ELLES ( I YOU THEM). This journey in the intimacy of the world […]
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