Le Temple is undoubtedly one of the smallest exhibition spaces in Paris. Located on a small square removed from the neighborhood’s hustle and bustle, the gallery turns its lack of space to its advantage. Every piece on display is unique and placed with the utmost pragmatism. The latest exhibition is no exception to the rule.
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