Jeu de Paume, in Paris, is presenting a comprehensive retrospective of American photographer Susan Meiselas, accompanied by a catalogue. The material gathered in the exhibition currently presented at Jeu de Paume, in Paris, and co-produced with the SF MoMA and Fundacio Antoni Tapies, spans Susan Meiselas’s entire career. Including series that have rarely been published or exposed, this retrospective exhibition is rather critical, aiming at highlighting the questions raised by her work over the years. Drawing on Meiselas’s constant questioning of the role of photography as information and memory – and, thus, the contribution of the photographer, the subject, as...
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