From May 30th to July 13th 2018, the Galerie Lumière des Roses, in Montreuil, is showing a new exhibition of found images by unknown photographers. An opportunity to review the remarkable and valued approach of its directors. For more than ten years, we have been looking for images that are small only in their size. These are photographs made by amateurs, mostly silver gelatine black and white prints produced in the thousands in the course of the twentieth century. At the beginning, we thought naïvely that the field of exploration would be limitless. Gleaned from flea market stalls or extracted from family […]
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