The Château d’Eau in Toulouse is presenting an exhibition attempting, for the first time, to trace the line of tension connecting the different sets of photographs created by Olivia Gay. Whether it be factory women with a rare expertise or cashiers at a supermarket, struggling women housed by social services or prisoners [...]
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