“I can’t breathe” is the phrase repeated for nearly nine minutes by African-American George Floyd, before succumbing to a police intervention on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Texas. This is also the name of the Visa pour l’Image exhibition. A selection of photographs from four American dailies is on display at the Convent des Minimes, in Perpignan. The first part of this exhibit heads west in the United States. The second-largest American daily after the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times has set itself the task of translating reactions to Floyd’s death into pictures in southern California and Minnesota....
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