For this exhibition, Bertrand Carrière has made a selection of images taken from eight photographic corpora from the 1990s to today, inviting us to a compendium of revealing moments that have marked his creative and life journey. The exhibition brings together the two orientations that characterize its production – one, resulting from daily practice supported by an intimate, even autobiographical approach (Les Images-Temps, Signes de jour, Le Capteur); the other, appealing to the memory of places marked by history, from a documentary perspective (Dieppe/Caux, Après Strand, Miroirs acoustiques). For nearly forty years, Bertrand Carrière’s work has intensified over time, making...
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