The press kit is absolutely kitsch but the images are amazing, so here is the exhibition! Dampierre-sur-Boutonne castle has welcomed many kings in its history, including Francis I and Louis XIII, accompanied by their entourage as was the use when the king of France travelled. Today, it is a very different areopagus that came to the august home. Through the vision of Sanges, it is not the courtiers, chamberlains and squires of the king whose ghosts are spread on the walls but other apparitions just as mysterious. Here, a woman holding an umbrella rides a fish in the dark, there...
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