Le Bal is a “small” and recent institution, born out of the crisis, in a neighborhood in Paris where there are few cultural institutions. It is housed in a former ballroom that became, after the war, the largest Paris Mutuel Urbain betting office in the country. The project, undertaken with Raymond Depardon in 2008, is conceived as a flexible place defining a new frontier.
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