Halfway between a hotel and a contemporary photo gallery, L’Hôtel Atmosphères is presenting Thierry des Ouches’ work on Paris. In the 112 original large-format prints hanging of the walls in every room and in the hotel lobby, we discover what the artist calls his “exoticism of proximity,” a mixture of admiration for the beauty of historical monuments and the humor he uses to decipher the habits of Parisians.
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