The name Jeff Wall has become synonymous with large format. But this was before the exhibition at the Fondation Henri-Cartier Bresson (HCB) which revealed a new side of the Canadian artist, and at the same time an approach radically different from his conception of the photographic image. It’s enough to confuse anybody!
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