Dogs sit admiring a sunset. Two cats are being held by people wearing shirts with wolves on them. Cat slippers lie on a red carpet. These photographs might seem incredible, quirky and completely outlandish. But these are the three images that greet visitors to the Musée Nicéphore Niépce to see the work of the Résidence BMW winners Mazaccio & Drowilal. The rest of their work will remain under wraps until the Rencontres d’Arles seven months from now. That’s a long time to wait…
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