On the occasion of its second anniversary, and closing out the British-themed season, LE BAL in Paris presents the work of Paul Graham, a major figure in contemporary photography. The show comes a few months after retrospectives at the Whitechapel Gallery in London and the Museum Folkwang in Essen. At both extremes of a 30-year career in photography marked by its continual renewal, Graham offers us two visions of communities: the idle, fragmented and suspended community in Beyond Caring (1984-85); and the busy, risky and poetic The Present (2011).
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