VOZ’Galerie, in Boulogne-Billancourt, is exhibiting this French bargain-hunting artist in the burlesque world. It has been thirty years that, every weekend, Coco Fronsac roams around flea markets in search of old family photos where the vagaries of individual stories are left to the hands of others. Over the years, she has created an ever-renewing collection of old photographic portraits, most...
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