Laure Albin Guillot in her last home The photographer is exposed in the retirement home where she finished her days. A moving opportunity to (re) discover her works. A few steps from the rooms of the retirement home, the Maison Nationale des Artistes of Nogent-sur-Marne, are presented forty photographs of Laure Albin Guillot. Exhibited in the living room and the corridor, they tell how much was extended the area of the photographer’s eye. Gifted at the same time for portrait and for wider studies, around a subject, she managed to make elegant clichés which proved her know-how as well as […]
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