Selected works: 1963-1979'.


Photography, like youth, blossoms in an instant. Unlike youth, images endure and remind us of that moment of magic where everything was possible. If there is a loss in this transition, it will above all be projective. What could have been done and what was finally done has marked the future of then, our past of now, that present fleetingly illuminated by a flash. No one will be able to say that it did not exist, even if we have to accept that it is no longer there. The photographic eternal defined, once again, by the presence of an absence.