Until May 20, the gallery W exhibits the latest photographs of Olivier Dassault: twenty double exposure and a totemic installation (double-sided photographic sculptures composed of five two meters pieces that he explains as follows: “Faithful to analog photography and my Minolta XD7, I have always improvised prints, with multiple exposures.I compose instant graphic harmonies, trying to defy appearances.I let myself be...
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