This exhibition is a nostalgic wonder. The photos are by Philippe du Crest, the text by the gallery owner who presents them: Nathalie Béreau. In 1933, Alfonso Bialetti invented the Moka Express: from this intuition comes the story of Bialetti, who knew how to transform the art of making coffee in a simple and natural gesture until it became an essential ritual in every Italian home. Photographer Philippe du Crest remembered this gesture and its consequences – democratization of coffee by entering the family sphere, as in a coffee shop -, and was inspired by it for his new series...
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