Alain Leloup gives us an exhibition of works by Monique Deregibus and Arno Gisinger in which the two artists question the current way of looking at the traces of History, and the status of their own photographic images.
Their works are hung from rails in the shape of an open figure of eight, which allows the various concerns of the show to come together, short-circuited, as it might be, into an encounter.
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