Gilles Verneret, director of Bleu du Ciel, took full advantage of his new exhibition space to explore two works whose languages, at first sight quite different, correspond to each other in this visual essay comparing History and history. The title isn’t a reference to Hiroshima, but to globalization and the histories that unfold belonging to those individuals affected by it.
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