Last Friday, the Van Gogh Foundation and Maja Hoffman inaugurated the Roberto Donetta exhibition in Arles. It is sublime. The discovery of an almost unknown photographer and mind-blowing work on the working classes in Italy at the beginning of the last century. Lots of things happened this Friday in Arles. A few hours earlier, we learned that of the 80 applications submitted, the one of Christoph Weisner was retained. The assassinations and the evictions that preceded it apparently took the form of a masterpiece. On Place du Forum, we discovered the closed North Pinus and the Forum, which will remain...
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