Vincent Toulotte approaches photography like an experiment, conducting research to arrive at a mode of operation, an aesthetic sense. This procedure is not limited to its aesthetic outcome, which would in itself be too poor and fail to interest the public.He developed a pictorial sense in his photographs through singularity, the culmination of a unique body of work inspired by the world of painting.
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