Renowned for her stylized images and theatrical narrative scenes Suzanne Lafont actually turned to visual art after studying literature and philosophy.

Her more recent work develops the fictional aspect of images, exploring the playful potential of illusion. She shows that each portrait is a somewhat strange and paradoxical attempt to fix the life and movements of a subject whose very essence is to be constantly changing.

Marcheur, 1995
Balayeur, 1995
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