At the Filles du Calvaire Gallery, until October 19th, it is a nostalgic walk that awaits the visitor. That of the American photographer Todd Hido who proposes a beautiful set of his series House Hunting, or the fruit of an American wandering that does not hide his tormented reflection on the cohabitation between man, habitat and nature. On a series of anonymous facades, photographed at night by an artist that we imagine discreet, almost prowling, emerge illuminated windows. They suggest an invisible human presence, whose implicit existence is made all the more mysterious as the external atmosphere is foggy. It’s...
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