For its new Portrait de Ville, Éditions Be-Pôles gave Vincent Fournier the carte blanche. The city he decided to capture was Brasilia. In this travel journal, he delivers a fragment of the city, and he wants it all: dizzying angles, hyper-calibrated lines, saturated colors and empty spaces. Its rationalized nature, its ambition and its people. A day in the life, but scripted.
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