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Marc Lathuillière’s National Museum


Marc Lathuillère’s France is like the portraits of the French men and women he took during his travels across the country: fixed, rigid, impersonal, proper, like the masks he asks them to wear. The portraits raise questions about patrimony and its relationship to “places of memory.”

Journalist, artist and photographer, Lathuillère spent nearly ten years roaming the country, a mask in one hand and a camera in the other. The series Musée national will be published by Editions Lamartinière, and two exhibitions are being held as part of the European Month of Photography.

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