Eight thirty a.m., the day starts with a cup of coffee, the exchange of two or three groggy words, aching limbs, a quick smoke. It’s going to be a long day, loads of work. And the heat… Lengths of wood to saw, stretches of wall to paint. A whole exhibition to be installed. The sweltering Provencal heat weighs down on the warehouses at the edge of the city of Arles, not far from the SNCF workshops. Luckily, the refreshing exhibition rooms offer protection.
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