Aix-en-Provence in Black and White

The photographer José Nicolas presents a black-and-white jaunt through Aix-en-Provence that allows you to discover this city like you’ve never seen it before !
By Caroline Taret

Aix-en-Provence is a colorful and luminous city, with its flower markets, its refreshing fountains, its classical architecture in the Mazarin quarter, but also its contemporary structures around the Pavillon Noir, home to the Ballet Preljocaj dance company. The local photographer José Nicolas invites us on this original tour through the streets of his city: we rediscover street corners, we see hidden details, and we see the city in a new light. It turns out to be graphic, peopled with frozen and kindly characters, strewn with lines, like the stage of a permanent theatre. Needless to say, we can’t wait to return…

Aix-en-Provence in Black and White
Aix-en-Provence in Black and White
The fountain of the Hôtel de Ville
Photography José Nicolas
Aix-en-Provence in Black and White
Aix-en-Provence in Black and White

The Rotonde Fountain

Photography José Nicolas

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