From his early travels in India and Egypt to his exploration of the Southwest as part of a mission for DATAR mission, a national organization which oversees land use and development, the work of Pierre de Fenoÿl is being rediscovered in a new book from Xavier Barral and a retrospective at the Jeu de Paume — Château de Tours, immortalizing the historical and sacred memories of the places that Fenoÿl photographed. The book features texts by Peter Galassi, Virginie Chardin and Jacques Damez.
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