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British seaside, round animals and Céline Sciamma: Max Miechowski’s Chinese portrait
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Instagram selection #312
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The labourer who turned mud into silver
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Readers picks #354
Bastien Brillard and Élise Toïdé, our readers picks #354, express what they feel through their pictures. One adresses a passionate love...
23 August 2021   •  
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Lou Escobar and her "touch of the unexpected"
Lou Escobar and her “touch of the unexpected”
"I would say that I like depth, strength, emotion and intensity – at least that's what moves me. So that's certainly what I'm trying to...
20 August 2021   •  
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Salvador Dalí, lava lamps and Rock en Seine: Emma Birski's Chinese portrait
Salvador Dalí, lava lamps and Rock en Seine: Emma Birski’s Chinese portrait
"Photography is a way of expressing myself and staging things that I imagine beautiful, but that I will never see in real life," Emma...
18 August 2021   •  
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Instagram selection #311
Somewhere between land and sky, sea and urban living, the artists of our Instagram selection #311 use the photographic medium to...
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