For its first collaboration with the French “artist reporter photographer” Alain Bizos, the Polka gallery presents an irreverent pop up exhibition entitled “Politically incorrect”. Alain Bizos shared his career between Liberation and the VU agency, the group of graphic designers Bazooka and the monthly Actuel, “Nouveau et intéressant” and thus positioned his work on a thread drawn between the fields of art and information. Since the 1970s, he has claimed himself a committed art activist using humour and derision as his tools. In 1969, just graduated from the Beaux Arts, he found himself at the heart of the New York...
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