The Paradise of Lost Radishes is an exhibition of 39 photographs made with a splitcam.
One day I was walking in a city, when in a street, I found a radish. I was very disconcerted and said to myself “Oh! A lost radish!”, so my imagination began to work. I saw this radish as a fish out of water which was going to die in this street and may be get back to the paradise of lost radishes which would be an imaginary place, a parallel world filled with fantastic creatures…
If you want to meet these creatures, come and visit the paradise of lost radishes.
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