Anne Clergue Galerie presents the unpublished work of Jacques Léonard (1909-1994) until September 5, 2020. The current group exhibition, Entre Temps, offers the discovery of some images of Jacques Léonard as a preview of the Alegria exhibition which will be devoted to him from June 26 to September 5. Through the exhibition “Alegria”, it is the gypsy community of Barcelona in the 1950s that we discover under the loving and benevolent gaze of a French adopted by the gypsies since he married one of theirs, Rosario Amaya, whom he fell in love with. Nicknamed the Chac gadjo, he remains the...
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