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Florence Levillain's personal work has always focused on rediscovering the universes that are close to everyone but are unknown or forgotten by many. The French language is one of these universes: every day, French people use lots of vivid metaphors, without thinking about their literal meaning or understanding their origin.
Marc Riboud – From France to China
This May, f22 foto space is delighted to present Marc Riboud – From France to China exhibition, an exciting cultural journey of the two countries, featuring works by one of the most celebrated French photographers to celebrate the French May Arts Festival on its 30th anniversary.
LEUNGMO is a Hong Kong-based photographer who was invited by Madame Figaro Hong Kong to curate an exhibition inspired by the themes of love, dreams, and passion. Known for her imaginative and whimsical photographic style, LEUNGMO's work was a stunning display of her creative vision. During the pandemic, she encountered Buddhism and believes that reality and illusion lie not just in the physical world, but rather in the interpretation of the mind, in search of inner truth.
Boogie Woogie Photography, Kraemer Gallery, and PhotogStory are pleased to present French+ an associated project of French May Arts Festival.
This group exhibition is an invitation to discover French culture and heritage through the lens of renowned French photographers, including Bogdan Konopka, Florence Levillain, Isabelle Boccon-Gibod, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Raymond Cauchetier, Sabine Weiss, Thierry Cohen, Willy Ronis, etc.
In the high insomnia megalopolis, splashed by stunning lights like so many islands of solitude, a heart beats, fragile, human. Alone on her balcony, Floriane de Lassée, suspended above the city, never stops watching night falls. Inside Views are so many open windows on the outside. On the ravenous city sprawling. On the inside too, inside the silence of solitude.