For over forty years, the photojournalist Eugene Richards has been tracking social deprivation, suffering, and death. La Grande Arche de la Défense in Paris holds a vast retrospective of his work. The steeple is on the verge of collapse. Tiles are hanging by a thread and the woodwork seems gnawed away by time. In front of this abandoned church in...
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