Since the beginning of his career, photography has supported and prolonged Michel Houellebecq’s written reflection on our society, Informed by his cinema studies, his relationship was already perceptible in Lanzarote (2000), a book bringing together the titular short story with a collection of landscape photography on that touristic Canary Island. The exhibition is runnning through July 11th, at Galerie VU', Paris.
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