In 2012, Amos Gitaï was invited by the Rencontres d’Arles to exhibit his work at the Eglise des Précheurs, a place steeped in history, a curious choice for a director who makes distrust of religion central to his work. Under the nave of this sacred site, photos float in the air, lit by looped projections of extracts from different Gitai films, echoing the human stories of his films. A look back at this stunning exhibition.
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