Narrative in photography deals with a subject in which a still image can express a narrative or not. According to the theories expressed by the theorists in this regard, stage photography has emerged, but what is discussed in this research is the narrative style. Now in photography, too, is the expression of the narrator with the philosophical look and idea that manifests itself in the works of Gilbert Garcin. Works that are theoretically close to staged photography but operate in a different form and structure. In his work, Garcin creates a world full of question with photomontage techniques, and by placing himself as the human subject in the photograph, he offers a personal definition that is, of course, Shareable. A world devoid of meaning and a human being trapped in this world, which, like the characters in absurd plays, has a surreal form. Garcin narrates the world with three basic principles: the philosophical spirit, emotions, and meaning - the loss of meaning.