A body of work produced in secret and discovered by chance and belatedly: this is enough for Vivian Maier to become a heroine of the history of photography. The exhibition American Chronicles, held at the Campredon Art Center in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue puts the photographer again center stage nearly ten years after the discovery of her work in Chicago by John Maloof.
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