This exhibition at the Le223 gallery in Nancy is showing large format prints of images by the Paris-based British photographer Trisha Groves, who shot them on film with flash between the end of the 1970s and 2000. We find the very kitsch ballroom dancers of Thatcher’s England, an amazing gallery of animal portraits, and the upper crust of Parisian personalities, all tinged with the seductive realism of so British pop.
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