Galerie Binôme’s latest exhibition is entitled Second Hands and features seven artists who apply an array of cross-disciplinary image-making practices. They come from the visual arts, photography, the realm of art collection … or they are quite simply artists. They acquire old photography collections, found at flea markets, in studio archives or bought from websites or auctions, and use them as a raw material, transforming the images and turning them into new works of art.
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