Clervaux is a beautiful town in the north of Luxembourg, where since 1994 it has displayed in its castle the last existing version of the famous exhibition The Family of Man assembled by Edward Steichen in 1955. The town values the work of Steichen through other additional cultural projects organising contemporary photographic exhibitions throughout the locality. One of these is a project named ‘Jardins’ which shows photography in public spaces. One of these places is in the immediate vicinity of the castle, in the center of the town, where curator Annick Meyer has selected Mona Kuhn’s works to be displayed as the...
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