In the Borderouge Nord neighborhood of Toulouse, the urban landscape is undergoing a complete transformation, with apartment buildings, offices, concerts hall, convenience stores and… contemporary art. At the invitation of the BBB art center, and with the support of the Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Alain Bernardini will design and install images for public spaces, with the requirement that they be factual and recurrent. It’s a rather innovative proposal for the uses of outdoor photography.
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