The exhibition Œil pour œil to mark the fifth anniversary of Signatures, Maison de Photographes. Every week we’ll be presenting you with a series on display at the Hôtel de Sauroy through June 14th, which places the work of 8 different artists into dialogue. Following last Wednesday’s publication of the first face-to-face with Tina Merandon and Bruno Amsellem, here is the second installment, a comparison between two photo series by Johann Rousselot and Michel Nguie.
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