Was there ever a path so uncertain, a fortune so ill-fated? The question perplexes to the point of absurdity while rediscovering the life and work of Austro-Czechoslovakian photographer Raoul Hausmann in Cherbourg. Interested in his most creative decade, Le Point du Jour (in Cherbourg) and its associate curator Cécile Bargues are bringing to light a body of work just as...
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