The Charron Gallery in Paris features the work of Stéphanie de Rougé. Alongside several other series, there is one called On Your Roof—a long-term project started in 2009 and which the artist will carry on until she leaves New York. She captures everyday and wacky moments in the lives of New Yorkers who occupy their rooftops.
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