The DUPON PHIDAP Space and the National Monuments Center present the photographs of the Château de Ferney-Voltaire, historical residence of the philosopher, created by Patrick Tourneboeuf, co-founder of the Tendance Floue collective. This exhibition can be seen as a faithful transcript of the place where Voltaire lived and received all the celebrities of the Age of Enlightenment. The castle, after a long restoration, has finally been opened to the public and recently inaugurated by the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron. Patrick Tourneboeuf has followed the work and offers us here a delicate vision of this place steeped in history....
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