A series from 2000, but some reasons feels very relevant right now. French photographer couple Clark et Pougnaud shot this stunning tribute to Edward Hopper.
The two artists invite the viewer to project himself in the invisible. Subjects are represented thoughtfully, immobile, in custom sets mixing painting, mockups and photography.
“Our pictures evoke solitude, which inhabits any human being confronted to life. It looks like a frozen instant of isolation , no matter how many people appear in the picture. Atmospheres are essentials. We take the models round make believe miniatures worlds. Each time a personage is performing a slice of life.”