Les Douches gallery in Paris is holding an exhibition focusing on self-portrait, this reversal of vision where the photographers turn his camera towards himself—or is it against himself? The gallerist, Françoise Morin, started with the self-portraits of Vivian Maier, whom she represents, to explore the theme through a very personal choice, in search of the ambiguous reading inherent to the genre. The exhibition features forty photographs from nineteen photographers from different eras.
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