Photography has made itself at home in Agon-Coutainville, a small commune of three thousand inhabitants in the Cotentin Peninsula. At the initiative of Emmanuelle Polle, the new Councilor responsible for culture, each year large format photographic prints are exhibited in public spaces. “One of the themes of the campaign was turning our nearly three-kilometer-long seawall promenade into an open-air gallery,”...
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