Pascal Beausse, head curator, presents Demba’s Map by artist Jim Goldberg. This work, acquired by the Cnap in 2012, is a set of Polaroids turned over so we see the back, where various notes, places and dates are scrawled, tracing a path, a journey and telling a story.
This work is registered in the inventory of the National Collection of Contemporary Art, that the CNAP has, as its mission, to enrich, preserve and disseminate.
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