The city of Northern France hosts an exhibition dedicated to the theme of vertigo. Orchestrated by independent curator Léa Bismuth, it shows an elegant vision of Georges Bataille’s thought in a free and light stroll. Last part of a series of exhibitions devoted to the “crossing of anxieties”, Vertiges opens on the photographs of Juliette Agnel, in the space entitled...
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