In 2009, the Cinémathèque Française presented “The Image to Come”, an exhibition of a number of Magnum photographers invited to illustrate the relationship between cinema and photography. In that exhibition, Harry Gruyaert offered a poetic projection of his own photographs, interspersed with clips from Antonioni films and preceded by a video produced by the photographer in the 1960s, depicting his separation from the woman he loved at the time.
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