The Toulon public discovers a whole segment of Bernard Plossu’s immense oeuvre never before shown in France. These 135 meticulously selected images are part of a body of work carried out by the photographer from 1976 on, when, following years spent in the desert (the Sahel and the American West), he turned his lens on the Mediterranean never to look back …
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