Sacha Goldberger works in the world of advertising and fashion. For the past several years he has shot pictures of his grandmother, Mamika, dressed as a super-granny in quirky situations. What place do old women have in art and society? Rien à voir: twelve photographers tell the story of the picture they didn’t take.
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