Written by Thierry Maindrault Life in Aix en Provence is directly impacted by the invasion of the virus and suffers the necessary health restrictions. Phot’Aix did not give up and the organisers worked to find solutions. Most of the program is in place with real exhibitions where each of us can linger in front of real photographs in the correct format and in some beautiful scenography’s that do not look like your video screen. I want to tell to you about “Regards Croisés”, about its concept, its choices and the good result. I appreciate, when it does not become a fashion of forms that annihilates the content of the works or worse promote one of the two exhibited series often pitiful; I appreciate pairs of creative series. Whether they establish a parallel or an antagonism between two collections of works, two intellectual constructions, two creative sets. This is the choice proposed based on the works of five talented African authors who are installed next to a similar or opposite kind of work by five French photographers. This is how the...
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