Photography is rarely very funny, and this year’s program at Sète is hardly an exception, with series about memory, identity and social questions. The exhibition of Thomas Vanden Driessche, a Belgian documentary photographer and a member of the collective Out Of Focus, brings a welcome touch of humor to the festival—although that isn’t to say that his work does not address serious issues.
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