For a year, the Museum of Photography chose to present the “filmed” work of the NOOR photo agency in its Boîte Noire. The agency, which brings together talented and international photographers, offers reportages and documentaries on current affairs. Focusing on subjects “on the fringes” of what the traditional media are used to showing us, it is at the very heart of contemporary issues that the images of NOOR bring us. The range of their work is vast and the museum has decided to dedicate its Boîte Noire to the agency for a whole year. Each temporary exposure cycle corresponds to a problem raised by NOOR. This third and final session is devoted to American politics and the social fractures that plague the country. Who is NOOR? Revolt We are an independent collective of writers, journalists, photographers, artists and filmmakers. With integrity, passion and respect, we document, investigate and witness our world to inspire action. We tell stories that have an impact on our humanity. We strongly affirm the power of our visual storytelling to contribute to a better knowledge...
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