Working with an artist on a new exhibition is a joy. It is a different joy but just as intense to browse the shelves of the gallery, opening boxes in search of nuggets, discovering unexpected marriages. For this September start, forced to postpone the exhibition of Korean artist Bohnchang Koo, we took his work as a starting point to bring together, by affinities, works on the theme of SHAPE. This exhibition offers us the opportunity to compare classics from our collection (Harry Callahan, Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Bill Brandt) with works by photographers regularly exhibited at the gallery (Eric Dessert, Lucien Hervé,...
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