Within the framework of its cycle of exhibitions dedicated to Japanese photography, the Da-End gallery presents Mujô-Kan, this year edition focusing on the concept of impermanence. Bringing together seven contemporary artists, Mujô-Kan revisits the theme of the human body in a philosophical context as well as within the plastic arts. This exhibition is presented within the festival Photo Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
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