Le Centre d’Art GwinZegal presents its annual exhibition “Champs/Contre-champs”, on view from March 12th to May 7th. It aims at confronting a set of mutations common to society as a whole through the eyes of photographers. For this new edition, literature is emphasized, with “Le Cycle du Pays Natal” by Armand Robin and a set of photographs and texts of Swiss poet Gustave Roud, evoking the daily life of Vaud farmers. Two other exhibitions are also presented: “Deposit” by Yann Mingard and a portrait of Hubert Forget by Isabelle Vaillant, “Curé de Campagne”.
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