Béatrice Lagarde is an iconographer. She studied cinema before deciding to work for the press. She founded the photography branch of the Agence Femmes Information (AFI), then worked for the French Ministry of Women’s Rights. She has been involved with the Association des Femmes Journalistes since its founding in 1981. She is exhibiting a series of photos of the Trouville beach, taken from the same spot but at different moments.
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