From June 19 to 29, Galerie 291 Paris presents an exhibition entitled “Sheep”. It brings together a hundred photographs (original prints of the 19th and 20th centuries). The images are a wonder, the presentation text too. Small white dots with identical dimensions scattered in the landscape or in a compact group raising the dust of country roads, these small land clouds with perfect shapes and downy appearance have inspired photographers since the nineteenth century. The pictorialists, among others, have particularly explored this motif for its poetic and timeless dimension as well as for its graphic and rhythmic qualities. Moutons...
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