Founded in October 1985 by Charles-Henri Favrod on the shores of Lake Geneva, the Musée de l’Elysée is one of the world’s most important photography institutions. With its eight exhibition halls on four floors, a bookstore, a reading room and a rich permanent collection, the museum features an international program that explores the diverse ways photography is practiced today.
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