The exhibition of the work of Swiss photographer Arnold Odermatt in Strasbourg, co-produced by La Chambre, Centre d’art et photographie de Lectoure, l’Espace Fernet Bianca and Diaphane, came to an end of March 3. There once was a Swiss officer named Arnold Odermatt, whose photographs, long neglected, received sudden international attention when the artist reached the age of retirement. This exhibition, now in display at the Espace Séraphine Louis in Clermont de l’Oise, looks back at the “Odermatt legend” through a selection combining photographs from his personal and professional life.
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