The MAGNIN-A gallery presents until July 31, 2020, Nathalie Boutté‘s first solo exhibition in France. For this exhibition called Way Down South, Nathalie Boutté revisits the portraits of African Americans from the photographic archives of Rufus W. Holsinger. Rufus W. Holsinger, a white American photographer who settled in Virginia in the United States in 1880, has, during his career, taken numerous portraits, photographing indistinctly, black and white women and men. For this new series of works, the imagination of Nathalie Boutté mix words printed on books, words of songs, titles of works, parts of her memory, the memory of those...
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