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Patrice le Hodey is fond of lights-lights that shape nature and bodies: anonymous beings on beaches or across towns, reflections of a movement, or of a moment, take on, through his approach, mysterious, spell-binding dimensions . Patrice le Hodey’s tools of the trade are the sea, the sky, trees, but he plays with them and distorts them into a new, quasi monochromatic, or, conversely, a flamboyant representation. He likes flirting with abstraction, confusing the issues of accepted representation by showing, for example, a reflected image upside down or a glimpse of reality enclosed into such a tight frame that it takes on a new, hardly recognisable, life of its own.






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