Born and raised in Paris, Celia Foussé understands that big cities can sometimes be inconvenient. For example, the influence of and proximity to fashion sometimes makes us full of ourselves. After wandering through several countries, Foussé seeks to make her audience understand that it is important to detach from our smartphones and explore outside of our realms. Traveling is a renewal of one's soul and shows how small we are compared to our planet and its powerful landscape. To show this, Foussé captures small silhouettes in all of her photographs.
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Print: Baryta Canson Matte 310 g, black wood frame
Size: 28'' x 17'' without frame
Limited Edition 4 of 15
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