An invitation to contemplation, a moment of pause in our hectic lives. This is the impression left by the Galerie Particulière exhibition of the work of self-taught Korean photographer Byung-Hun Min (b. Seoul in 1955), whose work can be found in some of the world’s major collections. His sumptuous black-and-white photographs with subtle shades of gray are never cropped, although they are sometimes reworked during development. Two complementary series are on display in one of the two gallery spaces.
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