Antoine d’Agata is barely fifty years old and already a living legend. The stunning installation , currently on view at Le BAL, defies the classical approach to a retrospective. It endows the work with a new amplitude by showing the tensions connecting the “day images” from his reportage and commercial work to his more personal “nighttime images.”
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