By bringing together eight artists around the theme of the fold, the Binôme Gallery, jointly curated by Valérie Cazin and Emilie Traverse, has once again compiled a bold and ambitious group exhibition. As ever, it explores the limits of photography and its forays into sculpture, objects, and the pictorial—this time through the works of Mustapha Azeroual, Hélène Bellenger, Michel Le Belhomme, Thomas Sauvin, and Sergio Valenzuela Escobedo.
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