It has been almost a year since the Japanese artist Keiichi Tahara left us. From landscapes to fashion photography, from portraits to still life, but also from sculptures to installations, Tahara defined himself above all as a “sculptor of light”. His connection to France is what we chose to highlight in this exhibition, “Sens de Lumière”. “We used to say...
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