Marc Hispard was a born photographer. He embodied photography. But he was a professional photographer and almost entirely self-taught. He was also probably born an aesthete and then decided that he could be nothing else in his work. His photographs are harmonious, always elegant and rarely transgressive. There’s neither sound nor fury in his work, only balance.
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