Clement Chéroux is the head of the photography department at France’s national museum of modern art, the Centre Pompidou. Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska is a curator in the photography department. They co-curated the exhibition Qu’est ce que la photographie? (“What is photography?”) featuring works by Joseph Beuys, Brassaï, Michel Campeau, Paul Citroen, Jean-Louis Garnell, Jochen Gerz, Douglas Gordon, Mariusz Hermanowicz, Mishka Henner, John Hilliard, André Kertész, Man Ray, Abelardo Morell, Robert Morris, Ugo Mulas, Giulio Paolini, Florence Paradeis, Timm Rautert, Józef Robakowski, Denis Roche, Jan Saudek, Patrick Tosani, Jeff Wall and James Welling. We spoke to them about the photo gallery and the exhibition.
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