The photographs of Gaël Bonnefon form a kind of personal documentary that explores unconscious situations and lost characters, resulting in a fiction rooted in everyday life. About decline, a changing work drawn from the artist’s own exhibitions, follows a twilit world where night never comes, a world of eternal, declining light. The chiaroscuro games, milky skies and saturated colors give the work a tragic strangeness, desertion and destruction.
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