“The RATP likes photography because it’s a current and accessible artform,” wrote RATP president Pierre Mongin last October. The RATP is a state-owned public transportation operator with its headquarters in Paris. “It’s a universal language that speaks to us all, a window onto the world that invites evasion and reflection, which is why we have decided to make it the heart of our cultural policy, enriching the commutes of our 12 million daily riders with astonishing, iconic images shot by established and emerging artists.”
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