The exhibition Métiers et Savoir-Faire (Professions and Expertise) of the Chambre Noire collective is currently showing at Galerie Négatif+.
Sparks of light bursting from the bottom of a Serbian mine signed by Sladjana Stankovic, RATP mechanic with grease-blackened hands seen by Lily Franey,a taxidermist working to save Paris’s zoo collection captured by François le Diascorn, ayurvedic massages passed down from generation to generation photographed by Hervé Bruhat, assembly of the Ariane V rocket by Christian Avril: the photographers of the Chambre Noire collective explore, through this exhibition, the issues of the professional world from the past forty years.
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