How have images gradually interfered with the domestic space in France? How did we display it on the walls of our living rooms? Answers to the exhibition presented at the moment at the Musée de l’image in Épinal. These are scraggy images that remain on a wooden wall and some of them date back to the 17th century. Exceptional pieces...
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