L’Oiseau, a new exhibition space in Paris, opened its doors in September 2015 with the ambition to show challenging photography, in motion. The inaugural exhibition presented the personal collection of Jean-François Leroy, Director of the Visa pour l’Image festival in Perpignan. For this seventh exhibition, L’Oiseau chose the work of Benjamin Hoffman on the daily life of young gypsies.
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