After Stockholm and Amsterdam, Francesca Woodman’s shooting star alights on the rooftops of Paris, at the Fondation Cartier-Bresson. On Being an Angel, the title of one of her emblematic series and the title of the itinerant European exhibition, raises the obsessive question of the mise-en-abime of the self and one’s own demons in front of the camera.
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