Pascal Beausse, manager of the photographic collection at the Centre National des Arts Plastiques, presents Fair Trade Head (Tête équitable), a work by Maria Thereza Alves. Starting from a request made by the Māori people for the return of human remains then kept by several French museums, the artist imagines a political fiction, which she puts into this very controversial context. 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. Thanks to Pascal Beausse, head of the photographic collections, and to the teams...
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