Bernard Plossu might have made La Ciotat his home port but he has voyaged through plenty of others. Nonetheless, his discovery of Le Havre almost came about by chance. He came in 2013 for the opening of his “Voyage Mexicain” exhibition at the city’s André Malraux Museum of Modern Art and was immediately drawn to “the light of the wind that chases away the grey clouds”, and to the architecture and industrial landscapes. He returned in 2013 and 2014, camera in hand.
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