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The Franco-German artist Cornelia Klara Poupard, who studied in the United States before settling in Paris, signs here a set of photographs in which she reveals an intimate portrait of the "City of Light", source of her work.

She likes to stroll through her streets and gardens in search of a unique atmosphere, light or pattern. She makes us share her love for Paris and enjoys the cliches. The photographies also reflect the elegance of its architecture and the chic Parisian fascinated by its Fashion Week and the colorful windows of the creators of the mythical district of Saint-Germain-des-Près. However, her look goes well beyond. She manages to capture ephemeral moments reflecting the bubbling of modern life in a city, which is always moving through perspectives and rare or sometimes surprising architectural constructions. Through her images, Cornelia Klara Poupard allows us to question ourselves about our own vision of Paris.

| Aurélie Gavoille |


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