The exhibition Le parfum dans tous les sens, currently on display in the gardens of the Palais Royal in Paris through June 14th, offers an unexpected sensory adventure. The fragrance is invisible, but through Gabriel Bauret’s curation, it corresponds to photographs that suggest it, with each viewer having his or her own perception. Throughout the exhibition, unsuspected and forgotten fragrances are revealed through a subtle, almost invisible installation.
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