An exhibition entitled Contamination and currently on view in Hong Kong pays tribute to the work of Antoine D’Agata, presenting thirty color and black & white prints covering a period from 1998 to 2018 and a video installation inspired by his latest film Atlas. D’Agata’s photographs are not the result of a search for images but the consequence of his...
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