The Galerie Rivière/Faiveley holds an exhibition devoted to Bruno Fontana’s work, entitled Typologies, which will run through November 28. It showcases over a dozen pieces on the themes of the sociology of urban landscapes and forms of land appropriation. Inspired by the systematic approach of the Bechers and the Dusseldorf school, Bruno Fontana grounds his work in the twenty-first century with shots of subsidized housing projects, prison cells, mobile homes, and housing developments.
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