Val Fleury exhibits more than 100 photos from the personal collection of Corinne Jamet-Vierny, daughter of French photographer Pierre Jamet (1910-2000). The exhibition “Eclatante jeunesse” unveils a unique photographic testimony to life in youth hostels during the historical period of the Popular Front. Browse Pierre Jamet’s holiday album, both a witness and an actor of these marvelous scenes of life in black and white, of a frank and direct beauty, full of spontaneity, happiness and camaraderie. The exhibition continues on the 1st floor of Val Fleury with more eclectic series of photographs that testify of topics dear to Pierre Jamet:...
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