Alexia Monduit comes from the world of theatre. And it shows in her dramatic, powerful and baroque photographs on display at the Galerie VU’ alongside Jeffrey Silverthorne’s. The kinship between the two is apparent. Monduit’s photographs—discovered by Gilou Le Gruiec of the Galerie VU’, who offered her a place to exhibit where she felt welcome—recall the strangeness, intimacy and intensity of Silverthorne’s.
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