It’s hard not to notice that the Mois de Photographie du Grand Paris is in full swing. As its new name indicates, the event has spilled into the outskirts of Paris. We owe this development to the festival’s artistic director François Hébel, an aficionado of architecture and urbanism, who is passionate about the issues of this growing metropolitan area.
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