Nicolas Krief (France) : “Hangings” The artistic production which was for thousands of years in the service of religions and cults has now become an object of worship; it has its temples, museums, and its faithful, we, the public who each year seem more enthusiastic to extract ourselves from the contingencies of everyday life to celebrate it during major exhibitions. This series deals with the work in museums, during the preparation of these high masses. Nicolas Krief began this work in 2010. The 30 photos presented here were taken at the Grand Palais, the Musée d’Orsay, the Palazzo Ducale in...
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