There was a big thing about this guy in one of the Sunday supplements a few weeks ago. They’re all photographs, no clever photoshopping or anything like that.
‘The French riots of 2005 inspired the photographer Denis Darzacq to head for the housing estates on the outskirts of the capital. But he wasn’t after gritty shots of urban deprivation. He wanted something more – to capture an entire generation in freefall and with no one to catch them.’ Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian.
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