The skeleton of a small bird drifts by the in the undulating river current. The tendons still join the bones together. One wing remains. Poetic and naturalistic, the video Ô gué, ma mie, ô gué (2006) opens the large exhibition of Laurent Millet’s work at the Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Angers. Organized by the museum’s head curator, Christine Besson, two hundred pieces, including three videos and a sculpture, retrace seventeen years in the career of this profoundly original photographer.
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