Alimentation Generale by Marie Hamel

'Since 2010, Marie Hamel photographs with a view camera the frontages of neighborhood grocery stores. Points of light in the sleepy town by night, these places gradually disappear, replaced by large retail chains. With this disappearing it’s a page of French history intimately linked with North Africa that flies away, as well as know-how of how delicately harmonize fruits and vegetables on colorful stalls, which still encounters the gray tarmac of the city to the delight of eyes … yes, but for how long?'

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