An unexpected movement has appeared in the photo world in recent years: while cameras are getting smaller, prints are getting bigger. The exhibition 0,01 mégapixels at the Tagomago Gallery takes inspiration from the dimension of the photographic object itself, exploring this formal aspect through the work of eight contemporary European artists.
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