For several years Manuel Bidermanas has wanted to honor the city of Ambazac, France, by offering it his father’s personal photo laboratory. The project came together when the Espace Izis opened its doors last April in Ambazac, where the photographer and his family took refuge during the German occupation of France. In addition to the permanent collection, the Espace Izis will host temporary photography exhibitions.
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