In Deauville, Thierry Dreyfus will be working with the light from the sky, but also artificial light, that he will attempt to master. He views landscapes at ground level, seeking a perception of space that is as expansive as possible. As he is also a lighting designer, he has been given free rein to bring the Chapelle des Franciscaines to life with light – a final, unprecedented performance before renovation works begin!
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