In September 2013, Anne-Dominique Toussaint opened the Galerie Cinema with Point of View, the first retrospective of the photographer Kate Barry’s work. Since the artist’s death two years ago, her son Roman de Kermadec has continued to put her work in the spotlight. From February 5 to March 12, the Galerie Cinema is thus holding a new exhibition of the artist who “is like no other,” as the gallery owner Agathe Gaillard aptly described her.
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