This exhibition gathers two distinct artistic corpus. The first part of this exhibition is devoted to a photographic essay of Christian Lutz, based in Nigeria, inside the small protagonist group of gas and oil Businessmen. The photographer draws a bitter observation of the uneven balance of power between the dominant and the dominated and depicts a dismal scene from the exploitation of a too rich african subsoil . Alexandre Chrisitaens‘s work seeking to create links between naturals, industrials, urbans or port territories.
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