For the past two years, four women have been exhibiting their photographs in laundromats. Valérie Callewaert, Anne-Sophie Costenoble, Marguerite Lagage and Marina Piérard launched the project with the idea of finding a new and less traditional audience. The method of exhibition is simple and democratic, displayed between washing machines, soap and graffiti.
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