A column by JFC on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition of Raymond Depardon in the cloister of the Val de Grace, Museum of the Army Health Service, Monday, September 30, 2019. A vernissage on a Monday is not common; moreover, it is a day of national mourning, President Chirac has left us. But Depardon in the Val de Grace represents for me a remarkable fact – which is not the opinion of Florence Parly, our Minister of Armies, who was represented by her Secretary of State Genevieve Darriueussecq. Too bad I wanted to talk to him about […]
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