Arles 2020 day to day by Thierry Maindrault The “Open Walls Arles 2020” was already launched when the disruption of the global health crisis took hold. More was needed to discourage Julia de Bierre, who against all odds decided to offer the discovery of the winning works to the public of Arles, as planned. In her large house/gallery, the photographs, printed in a hurry and at the last hour, are arranged on the walls of the large living room. The parade of many visitors was permanent all summer, a nice reward for her love of photography and her stubbornness. I...
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