If you are heading for Québec and decide to explore the Gaspé Penninsula, you will be treated to numerous exhibitions spread out across the nearly 12,000 square-mile region along the Saint Lawrence River. Since 2009, the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Gaspésie have presented innovative and daring installations that sometimes blend with the natural landscape. The festival director, Claude Goulet, enjoys new challenges and, every year, surprises and delights visitors with fresh mises-en-scènes: towering over the river from the height of Park Forillon, a work by the artist Jessica Auer is laid out meticulously like a navigation chart. As...
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