The institut du Monde Arabe is hosting the first Biennial of Arab Photography. It is being held on both banks for the River Seine. A meeting with President Jack Lang, an avid admirer of photography and contemporary art, who shows his willingness to share his various writings and his impressions of the relevance of such a biennial at a time when Paris, shaken to its core by barbarity, could, wrongly, turn in on itself to heal its wounds.
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