The highlight of the 2012 edition of Photo Levallois is the exhibition devoted to Jan Groover, who died earlier this year. Born in the United States in 1943, Groover abandoned abstract painting in the early 1970s to experiment with photography, a medium in which she felt more free, liberated from the seriousness she thought painting required.
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