Since July 31st , the Giverny Museum of Impressionisms has been home to an exhibition entitled “Photographing Monet’s Gardens”, bringing together five contemporary visions of the famous French impressionist’s gardens. Elger Esser, Stephen Shore, Bernard Plossu, Darren Almond and Henri Foucault have come together to offer a fresh, modern, multifaceted interpretation of what is now a tourist hotspot but which,...
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