Written by Anna Blume Few photographers are instantly recognizable as Gérard Uféras – especially the works of “A Day in the Museum” by the French photographer which is presented at the Samara Museum of Art in Russia from July 16 through August 16, 2020. The collection on show features about 120 black-and-white photographs of Gérard Uféras’s extensive Œuvre and was initiated and organized in cooperation with the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. Gérard Uféras is one of the important photographers in France today. He has been working with the newspaper Libération since 1984. His photographs, which are almost exclusively in black...
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