The exhibition brings together some of the images produced by photographer Pierre Faure in Chartres de Bretagne, as part of a residency organized by the Carré d´Art. Sensitive to the discovery of a territory, as much by its landscapes as by the people who live there, Pierre Faure traveled through the city from June 2019 to February 2020. Taking advantage of a residence spanning several months, he had the opportunity to linger and return to certain places, and, over the seasons, to watch for lights more faithful to his subject, to change points by sight, to attach to fragments taken...
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