By approaching Flemish painting, Vincent Gouriou photographer from Brittany gets closest to beauty and intimacy. The subject is modeled by the light in settings where the fragility of appearances can be transformed into the power of fiction. A simple nude body, not erotic but graphic, is taken as an object interacting with another. It is not cold. It is like the other portraits the artist creates, taken in a light and a situation which expresses all the emotion and sensitivity of the model. Transgender, homosexual, heterosexual. What is sexual identity and gender today? Vincent Gouriou is searching. Drawn in by...
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