Over the past four decades, the subject of “landscape” has become one of the major issues in contemporary photography. Although several exhibitions have already examined one aspect of the European and American approaches to this subject, they did not necessarily reveal the importance of the conceptual and formal renewal related to this issue. This exhibition cycle is an attempt at synthesis, and was carried out using several works found in public collections in France.
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