This year, Leica Camera is presenting a new exhibition by Stéphane Duroy and Paulo Nozolino, organized by Paul Cottin. The works, produced at the same time by the two photographers during a residency at the GwinZegal arts centre in northern Brittany, look into the hidden nooks and crannies of our history – the echoes of a world silently disappearing, the heritage of a rural society that is fading away – using them to sound out the values that govern our digitalized, anthropocentric and globalized contemporary societies.
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