The Pinault Collection continues its policy of “beyond the city walls” projects, with an exhibition produced and presented by the Mina Image Center in Beirut, Lebanon for its inauguration from January 16 to April 28, 2019: fifty images, from the collection, which span the career of one of the most famous photographers of the twentieth century: Irving Penn. This exhibition entitled “Untroubled” is a free interpretation of “Resonance” presented at the Palazzo Grassi in 2014. By taking up the principle of a thematic hanging promoting the dialogue between images, this selection, more concise, highlights the stability of this a work […]
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