Until April 23, the MuCEM in Marseille hosts the exhibition Roman-Photo, designed by the curators Frédérique Deschamps and Marie-Charlotte Calafat. The exhibition examines the popularity of this format of sentimental literature, and catalogs its editorial and artistic twists and turns, ranging from pornography to humor. Funny, offbeat, and well researched, the exhibition is a marvelous gateway to understanding post-1960 French...
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