Le Point du Jour arts centre in Cherbourg-Octeville is hosting an exhibition of the work of Ugo Mulas. Its title, “Photographie”, is short but to the point. The exhibition will run until 3 January 2016, after which it will go on show at the Fondation Henri Carter Bresson. To mark the occasion, a book is being published, inspired by art from the 1960-1970s and offering the photographer’s thoughts on his own practice.
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