The series L’Habit fait Le Moine came about while I was doing a job I didn’t like in order to earn a living. For a while, while living in Beijing, I was hired to photograph parties. But I found it difficult and unpleasant to photograph the faces of people I didn’t know, didn’t care for, and who gave me no feeling of familiarity.
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