For his first exhibition at the Galerie Bertrand Grimont, Gilles Berquet looks back on several years of work and offers a serial exhibition with a touch of surreal humor. And if his exhibition takes its title from a famous song of Velvet Underground (I’ll Be Your Mirror, 1966) evoking an unconditional and submissive love – the word mirror here is plural. From the very beginning photography has been tempted by series, order and classification. It is enough to think of Alphonse Bertillon who, at the end of the 19th century, saw in it a systematic and scientific means of controlling...
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