The current difficulties encountered by photographers are even bigger for women. Paradox of a profession which is more and more feminized, but remains under male domination. Yet we would not risk looking in a photo for a way of looking due to gender. First of all, there are looks that touch, upset and patiently build a photographic whole that imposes itself, as those of Marie Dorigny and Claudine Doury have imposed themselves on us, of which we invite you to discover the exhibition: Femmes d’un monde à l’autre. Marie Dorigny goes to meet threatened women , forced into flight and exile. The photographs plunge us into this world of distress of women she met in the turmoil, while stranded on the borders of Europe, which is to say the least, hesitant to welcome them. Yet it is first of all the dignity and deep humanity that permeates her photos that touch us and bring them so close to us. With the time given to time, allowing this proximity and this availability, we measure the constants of her photographic work: a...
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