To repeat last year’s success, FOTOHAUS I PARISBERLIN this year showcases several exhibitions offering a broad panorama of the German and French artistic scene: ParisBerlin aims at bringing together works centered on the theme of game and play, and present some new discoveries.
To this end, the collective exhibition DAS SPIEL (GAME / PLAY)—a project by the ParisBerlin>fotogroup photographers and their guests—extends carte blanche to the La Collectionagency specializing in disseminating works of art and photographs, which will present surrealist imagesby Lucien Lorelle alongside contemporary work by Caroline Maufroid, Clément Guillaume, and Sébastien Pons. Designed as a cabinet of curiosities, DAS SPIEL presents over fifteen photographs on the theme of game and play in photography (both in terms of technique and subject matter).
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