Alexandra Gibson uses her images as a pathway to further the deepest human concepts about the afterlife, spirituality, and ones’s evolution. Gibson will exhibit The Collective Dream for two months at Silencio, the private club conceived by David Lynch and dedicated to creative communities. Located in the heart of historic Paris, 142 rue de Montmartre is steeped in history. Built in 1883 by the architect Ferdinand Bal, the building was used by publishing houses for over a century, successively home to leftwing newspapers La France, L’Humanité, and L’Aurore. Alexandra Gibson is a photographer with a background in both art photography and journalism. Her images carry a...
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