Pavillon Populaire is currently hosting a retrospective devoted to Denis Roche showcasing photographs he took between 1967 and 2013 while he continued to write poetry. This major exhibition was opened on 25 November just three months after his death so Photolalies comes as a timely and fitting tribute to the poet-photographer’s career. The exhibition catalogue is published by Editions Hazan.
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