At the time of the exhibition at the Grand Palais, it seemed interesting to show an important selection of images made by Lucien Clergue in the 1960s and at the beginning of the 1970s.
It was a time of movement in art, of psychedelia in art. So Lucien Clergue followed his exploration of the lands of Provence and the Camargue, but opting for a completely different light.
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