In 2010, Jacques Borgetto presented L’autre versant du monde, a selection from his travels to Argentina and Chile, in the footsteps of his family who emigrated. Since then he’s only kept on looking elsewhere, in Tibet and Mali, and the equestrian center in Maisons-Lafitte, where he was in residence last May. In the end, elsewhere is not a geographical location. It is to be found in the photographer’s vision...
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