In Borders, Jean-Michel André explores the titular notion of boundary, limit, frontier. His research took the form of a journey that started out in the Calais Jungle on the eve of its demolition in 2016. Across the space of several square kilometers of sand and scrub, Jean-Michel André met with refugees seeking shelter. He combined these images from the Jungle...
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