Emon Photo Gallery and curator Caroline Trausch, in association with SAGE Paris, present Wittgenstein by French photographer Marie Passa. This solo show is the artist's first exhibition in Japan and in Asia. Born in 1977, Marie Passa studied architecture and then spent 10 years working in this domain, notably with Jean-Michel Wilmotte's studio, one of the most important architectural firms in the world. In 2006, she decided to focus more exclusively on photography.
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