The exhibition L’œilleton inversé, la prison et ses bleus is built on a historic turning point for French prisons. Dilapidated and unfit for habitation, many of them have closed in recent years leaving in the past an ancient model on its last legs but still a working in our imagination: that of a panoptic prison inserted into our cities. The...
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