“Through his choice of readings, the thinking man is revealed” – Marguerite de Merode The exhibition Livres au miroir is extended until February 29, 2020, in the large gallery of the Mazarine Library in Paris, and brings together 27 photographic works by the artist Marguerite de Merode around a unique artistic approach: that of retracing the portrait of 27 protagonists of the French cultural and scientific world through the written testimony of the work that transformed their lives. In collaboration with the director of the Mazarine Library Yann Sordet (general commissioner) and Florine Lévecque-Stankiewicz (assistant curator), in charge of public services...
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