Whatever the size and the interest of the collection retracing since its beginnings the history of photography, and the prestigious names of photographers that we could advance as so many pledges to attract the public, it seems to us however that one of the major challenges of the Museum lies in the need for permanent dialogue with its visitors: associated with the programming and the hangings renewing the permanent collection, the “public service” contributes effectively to mediation with them, school audiences, photographers, initiates or precarious public, also having two laboratories, one analog, the other digital, for hosting internships. Because it...
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