The program at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Le Locle (MBAL) in Switzerland focuses a great deal on works that belong to a contemporary culture of images. Among them, there is photography, omnipresent to represent acts and gestures of our lives, as well as the unrest of the world. Beyond documentary use, photography has a strong narrative power. The universe...
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