With the works of Isabelle Blanc, Edouard Escougnou, Camille Hervouet and Julien Lombardi Palm Beach is an exotic vision of urban banality, the exploration of the collective and personal imaginary the city awakes in everybody. It is also the representation of the extreme gap that can exist between reality and dream. Night-phantasms, cinematographic and literary journeys succeed in a continuous displacement of the context, from reality, to the projection of it one seizes.
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