The series of photographs French photographer Véronique Ellena is showing to the passers-by in the rue Pierre Sémard in Toulon, close to the Hôtel Départemental des Arts, has been thought of as a kind of private diary that has become public. For this exhibition in a public open space, Véronique Ellena selected twenty-three images from her series Daily Life: Sundays,...
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