Today’s edition is dedicated to the Musée de la Photographie de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles in Charleroi. Inaugurated in the spring of 1987, the Wallonia-Brussels Federation Museum of Photography in Charleroi has recently passed its thirties, the age of maturity. With its 6,000 m2, half of which is open to the public, and a free access to the park, it is the only museum institution exclusively dedicated to photography in French-speaking Belgium, offering visitors no less than twelve temporary exhibitions of different sizes, as well as a permanent collection organized both chronologically and thematically, which is not the least of the...
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