The “Pandemic (s)” exhibition presented at Visa pour Image provides a first assessment of the Covid-19 epidemic around the world. Collective project, the plural leaning against Pandémie (s) manifests as much the singular outlook of each of the photojournalists as the multiple consequences of this crisis. For the first time, the Covid-19 forces festival-goers in Perpignan to advance masked and to follow a signposted route on the ground. On the walls of the Minimes Convent, it is the subject of a collective project. Pandemic (s) is an illustrated account of the spread of the coronavirus around the world, “the major...
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