During the first fifteen years of my work as a photographer, I basically photographed the inanimate: landscapes, micro-landscapes, architecture, found or composed still lifes, materials, structures. Then two things happened almost simultaneously in the early 1980s: the birth of my son Aurélien and taking an image in my garden which Jean Arrouye called Mother Goddess, and which is a metaphorical representation of the female body.
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