Jean-Luc Moulène monumentalizes the unimportant in his
color-drenched epic photographs. The egg carton, and the morning
yawn of the housewife are slowed down and inspected from every
angle. His shots are like steps in a new choreography of the daily
grind. Don't miss a move, they're all important and they're all beautiful.

from left to right: Noyau Dur: Apres la Loi, 16 Avril 1990; Noyau Dur: Nu, 23
juillet 1990; Noyau Dur: Portrait de la mere de l'artiste, Frenautrigues, 1990