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But if the conditions of life are now different, the road, maybe a hidden one, is still for the most of this population important. It is an interior road often without words but present, essential.
Alain Rivière has taken portraits of different gipsys of India, Romania, Macedonia, Bosnia, Spain and Germany to show a actual common identity of all this people. Furthermore the portraits are an attempt to exhibit an ethic aspect of gipsys today and to pass it on to the observers of the work. The hidden road is also an ethic one, maybe for all of us.
The photos for an exhibition are format 24x30 cm, normally presented in frames format 40x50 cm. Till 36 photos of this series could be exhibited.