This exhibit has been canceled or can only be viewed by appointment. We decided to show it to you! Faced with an invisible and silent enemy who is deployed in all territories, the health of all remains obviously the top priority. It doesn’t matter if we are deprived for a time of access to the reality of the works and of contact with their creators. The world of art and culture is suffering, but perhaps to be reborn in a better way one day. Among the many exhibitions that should have been inaugurated at the start of Spring! , the Clémentine de la Féronnière gallery, in collaboration with the Maison du Danemark and Lumières Nordiques, was to host the photographs of three Danish women artists: Astrid Kruse Jensen, Rosalina Kruse Serup and Myne Søe-Pedersen, who live and work in Copenhagen and were delighted to be with us in Paris. This is, let’s hope, only a postponement. Pending their exhibition and their coming, L’Œil de la Photographie offers here some pieces representative of their work that we had imagined to hang....
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