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Her photographic work was totally like her: spiritual, metaphysical, generous and deep. Unlike those countless image hunters keen on anecdotes captured on the spot, it was not the instantaneous that held her attention but time, the flow of time in its least perceptible meanders.

She captured elements of the real world's decor to make compositions of perfect rigor, bringing together within her frame the most scattered and unexpected pieces that her gaze seized, according to a renewed, harmonious, symbolic and troubling order.


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