The exhibition Paris Champ & Hors-Champ runs through January 4th, 2015, at the Galerie de la Bibliothèque de la Ville de Paris. A host of artists and videographers offer a glimpse into how the capital has changed over the past thirty years. Reflecting both the changes in photography and the city itself, the exhibition layout is loosely based on Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities and explores a few major themes: the territory (Parisian and metropolitan), space (public and private) and social life (integrated and marginalized).
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