This 3rd edition of the Usimages Biennial focuses on exploring the relationship between photography and corporate commission. It also raises the question of being able to testify or not today of the realities of the world of work. The program is intended to be a research space that questions in the historical and contemporary exhibitions the relationship between artists and industrial control. In a world that is accelerating the production and transmission of images, it is surprising to see the difficulty in exercising a free look at companies. Even if security or industrial secret issues often prevent the production of...
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