The Blackout. On November 9, 1965, a general power failure plunged almost all of the Northeastern United States into darkness for about 13 hours. Thirty million people found themselves paralyzed and powerless. The army was mobilized. An ominous forewarning of a darker era, the event appears today as a symbol of the frailty of the economic system.
Henri Dauman, The Manhattan Darkroom
February 11 to May 21, 2017
Musée Nicéphore Niépce
28 Quai des Messagerie