The artist Michel Tréhet has revealed his vision of Deauville. It’s a subtle game, playing with contrasting light and troubled skies. The pure and balanced black-and-white photographs are in perfect harmony with the city’s architecture. This exhibition, being held as part of the Off du Festivals Planche(s) Contact de Deauville, will be on display at the Villa Roxelane.
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