In the heart of the Italian Piedmont ricefields, French photographer Sophie Zénon revisits her family history around the figure of “mondina“, a former seasonal worker who has inspired many artists (musicians, filmmakers …), still very popular today in Italy. Halfway between ethnological and plastic research, between memory and intimacy, this work mixing photographs, archives and videos, draws its source from...
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