For the third edition of the Portrait(s) Festival, Vichy is offering visitors a particularly audacious overview of the genre. From Richard Pak’s isolated, reframed and enlarged faces of crowds at rock concerts to the poetic moments of Mat Jacob, from the Galerie du Centre Culture Valery-Larbaud to the esplanade of Lake Allier, these different approaches testify to the many aspects of our world.
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