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Winter in London

Everyone must be what they should be, and harmony must be born of differences. (Alain - 1932). ​

The portrait of a city can only materialize by associating its many facets. A play of angles and curves, brilliance and rusticity and even the three elements: water, air and solid matter...

We recognize ourselves and we disappear. We recognize and we wonder... What is behind these shapes? What if they were just a screen for our existential emptiness? What if the landmarks were not around us but in us? ​

As Balzac wrote: Loneliness is proper but we need someone to tell us that loneliness is suitable! ​ Anamorphosed portrait of London with its emblematic monuments: London Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral, Parliament and Big Ben, Gherkin Towers and The Shard.



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