For the seventh consecutive Festival Champs/Contre-champs, the Centre d’art GwinZegal in Guingamp invites visitors to continue exploring representations of the countryside through a selection of photographic and video works from the collections of the Centre National des Arts Plastiques. Why look at animals? — in a series of essays, stories, and poems, John Berger evokes the long history of the...
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