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Luciana Pampalone, Graflex, 2012 © Luciana Pampalone
Luciana Pampalone, Graflex, 2012 © Luciana Pampalone

Do not miss this exhibition under any circumstances! It is a wonder. It is the only gallery, place Paul Doumer at the beginning of the Rue de la Roquette in Arles. We discovered it on Saturday, thanks Julian Meijer. The author of the images, Vincent Flouret, is one of the most fascinating and funny: in short it was the ultimate moment of happiness of this wonderful week! – Jean-Jacques Naudet

In this exhibition discovered in a small gallery rue de la Roquette in Arles, Vincent Flouret had this idea, with the help of his beloved dog Max, to pay tribute to a handful of iconic photographers who are renowned for their very particular style. Avedon, Lindbergh, Richardson, Bourdin or Jean-Loup Sieff’s photographs are recreated with Max the dog as the main protagonist of all of them. Deliciously funny.

http://www.vincentflouret.com/