The Esther Woerdehoff Gallery inaugurated Tuesday its first exhibition of the year with the still-life poet, the Spanish photographer Chema Madoz. While Actes Sud editions have just published "the rules of the game", fruit of his recent achievements (see our October 20th article), the parisian gallery today exposes a selection of his recent works. In 2005, the Esther Woerdehoff Gallery exhibited for the first time the works of Chema Madoz, then very little known in France.
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