Zone Grise / The land in Between At the MEP since 4 December, the first major retrospective dedicated to Ursula Schultz-Dornburg, is as impressive in its magnitude (250 images are presented), as the silent quietness that emanates, engaging the visitor in an applied observation, to an inescapable reflection on the relationship between the environment and buildings. With this rigorous and almost scientific approach that one would be tempted to bring closer to the protocols of the Düsseldorf school, the German photographer documented for fifty years the transformation of the landscapes related to the impact of the man and the geopolitical...
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