For the forty years of Erwin Olaf’s career, the Rabouan Moussion gallery presents in exclusivity in France its latest series: Palm Springs. This exhibition of photographs and videos also celebrates 15 years of complicity between the Dutch photographer and his Parisian gallery. At present, the Netherlands is dedicating a double retrospective exhibition to The Hague. With Berlin (2012), Shanghai (2017), Palm Springs closes its triptych on changing cities. Berlin was made at a time when dark clouds were piling up above of Europe with the questioning of freedom of expression, democracy and the transmission of power from the old to the new generation. […]
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