The ties between the Jeu de Paume and Neuflize-Vie go back to the time of the Centre National de la Photographie, and were reinforced when the latter combined with the Patrimoine Photographique to become the Jeu de Paume. The company has put together its own large collection, so the relationship is more than a partnership, but an essential contribution to the Jeu de Paume’s programming, with a total respect for the insitution’s freedom and the content of the exhibition.
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