The Kogan Gallery is hosting the first solo exhibition of the work of Léo Caillard. The artist studies the contradictions of our society in its relation to the image. Between the real and the virtual, between art and consumption, between the immediacy of the image and the immateriality of the real, we find the basis for a new use and perception of photography.
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