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This “little gem” of a photobook by Mathias Velati, Histoires du bout du monde en scrutant l’horizon, offers a new interaction between imagery and the written word. Called “the perfect example of how literature and photography can connect beautifully” by Cécile Poimboeuf- Koizumi, Velati’s book presents 25 anonymous photographs from the collection of the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland alongside stories written by Velati. The author worked at the museum for three years, so the images incorporated in the book are noteworthy in that they captured the attention of someone who was fully immersed in the museum’s extensive collection.