Extraordinary landscapes, myths and legends inspire photographers to dream. Through April 19th in Clermont de l’Oise, photographs by Dieter Appelt, John Batho, Joachim Bonnemaison, Marie-Louise Bréhant, Dominique Cartelier, Daniel Challe, Georges Dussaud, Jacques Faujour, Cristina Garcia Rodero, Sylvain Girard, Patrick Le Bescont, Claude Le Gall, Pascal Mirande, Catherine Noury, Fabrice Picard, Bernard Plossu, Hervé Rabot, Ernestine Ruben, Philippe Salaün, Michel Séméniako, Jérôme Sevrette, Lars Tunbjörk and José Ferrero Villares will be on display as part of an exhibition devoted to Brittany.
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