The re-publishing of 56 Days in Arles, gives readers an opportunity to experience for the first time, or re-visit, one of his most celebrated works to date. 56 Days is his exploration into his own private space, something many artists closely guard, with him examining his home under the same lens in which he has focused on others. This photo series is centred around that of the initial lock down within France. During this lockdown François undertook an exploration of his home, and the life it had taken on over the years he had inhabited it. François’s approach emphasised feelings of space, and personal connection, which only served to not only exemplify his skills as an artist but also to warmly invite the reader into his home.