Saint - Barnabé 2000 - 2019, history of an upside down archaeology, exhibition from October 12 2019 to January 12 2020 at the CIAC, castle square, 06510 Carros (village), daily open except Mondays from 10am to 12.30 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5 pm, phone : 04.93.29.37.97, admission free.
The Saint - Barnabé hamlet extend itself on a large calcareous tray without any water (rivers or springs) only with scultped rocks by the erosion or the rain water runoff who gives it the aspect of a moon space. This wild space stituated in the crossing of romans, militaries and others kind of roads catches the attention of Genviève Roy. Photography addict she works as director assistant, production manager and also makes some pictures for magazines. She begins with portraits serial name "Arabian portraits" where colors dominate for going to black and white pictures underlining the strength of nature. For understanding the soul of the Saint - Barnabé hamlet she doesn't hesitate to move towards this place during long walkings increasing an intuitive reading of the landscape who seduce the aliens searchers and those who look for intimates values.