For the past few seasons, in an exhibition space overlooking the Charente, Jas Hennessy & Co has given visitors the chance to discover the work of artists from around the world. Following the photographs of Marc Riboud in 2011 and Todd Selby in 2012, this year features the work of Jonathan Mannion, one of the essential photographers of hip-hop and urban culture.
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