The curator Sylvie Aubens and the collector Marc Pagneux have deliberately ignored the classic approaches to an exhibition. Don’t bother searching for a theme. The curators are very explicit about how this exhibition was prepared: they selected of 100 photographs which they consider masterpieces. These photographs aren’t necessarily the most famous ones, or the most beautiful or expensive, but those that are of great scientific, formal and historical interest.
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