Le garage hélicoïdal

On a recent visit to Grenoble, I discovered a hidden Art Deco gem, le Garage Hélicoïdal. It is practically invisible from the street, squeezed between other buildings. Louis Fumet and Louis Noiray, the local architects designed it in the late 20s, and it was completed in 1932. It originally offered extra services to the drivers, […]

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Petra and the Dead sea

After a night in Wadi Rum, we had the day to experience the wonders of Petra and drive by the Dead sea before catching an evening flight.

It’s hard to convey the overload of brightness during the midday hours in July, something we dearly miss now at the end of winter. This is also the reason I decided to present a monochrome series.

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Racing green

Snape Maltings, UK A busy concert day at Aldeburgh Festival, musicians, rehearsal, stage, backstage, interviews, and in between all that, SASSE/SLUICE, moulted pigeon feathers, by Kate MccGwire, and a pre-war Jaguar SS 100. At first seemingly unrelated, and yet strangely not without correspondance…                         […]

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3 days in Bari, just enough to fall for the colors, the Adriatic, the calm pace of  Barivecchia, and its kaleidoscope of lights at night.                                                             […]

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