Until 5 December 2015, the photography space at the Hôtel de Sauroy is hosting the Bernard Descamps exhibition, a retrospective collection of some of the photographer’s most emblematic images, including the outcome of over thirty years spent travelling in Africa and a new personal project depicting a particularly poetic universe. Almost ninety images retracing nearly forty years of a photography career.
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