In the 13th Biennial of Lyon, entitled “La vie Moderne”, photography is present through several creations, sometimes even just implied. As in this installation created specially for this occasion by the artist Mohamed Bourouissa, combining elements of automobile bodywork printed with traces of photographic images. It is on part of the mezzanine floor of La Sucrière, which is the one of the three symbolic locations of the Biennial, along with the Musée d'Art Contemporain and the Musée des Confluences (not counting the associated outdoor sites).
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