Initiated in 2017 by Éric Tabuchi, the long-term project that he calls Atlas of Natural Regions aims to produce a photographic inventory of the territories of contemporary France.

The artist imposes on himself a precise protocol that aims to produce 25,000 photographs covering 500 natural regions within ten years. In this way, he strives to reveal the identity of a region in all its simplicity, forgetting the monumental in favour of the ordinary and the everyday. The frontal nature of the shots and the absence of any human presence contribute to giving an objective reading of the territory, detached from the architectural and social function of the buildings.
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