A few weeks ago, I attended the first photography exhibition of my life at the French National Library. Intimidating at first, it was enriching. Named “Black and white: An Aesthetic of Photography”, the exhibition was quite dense with more than 300 hundred photographs from the 19th and 20th centuries. One of my favorites was “Snow Melting on a Rock” (1988) by Koichiro Kurita. Pictured on the right (the photo was taken quickly with my phone, the place was crowded).
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