French novelist Michel Houellebecq is also a photographer. After an exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo last summer at the invitation of Jean de Loisy, the writer presents French Bashing, his first exhibition on the other side of the Atlantic. Presented by the Venus Gallery on Madison Avenue (New York), French Bashing brings together photographs and photomontages taken for nearly ten years.
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