On the occasion of its 70th birthday, Emmaus (a charitable organisation) made an artistic collaboration with photographer and visual artist Nicolas Henry. For its birthday, the Abbé Pierre’s movement asked the artist to portray, in a very poetic way, the people accompanied by the association in order to celebrate the diversity of the ways and embody the evolution of the current society. . This immersive and ephemeral work combines photography and artistic installation. The exhibition will present about a hundred photographic works, twenty of them in large format, of people welcomed by Emmaus. Four months of work to realize symbolic...
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