13 Mar → 14 Jul 2021
Camille Moirenc, the only photographer in the exhibition, alarms us with an aesthetic and at the same time worried look at the Rhône... And he has a good reasor for it! By 2050, the river could lose 40% of its water and a large part of its biodiversity. Much more than a simple exhibition, it is a photographic reportage that denounces the ecological catastrophe that Man is in the process of carrying out on the banks of the Rhône. It took Camille Moirenc fifteen years of hard work around the river, from the Swiss canton of Valais to the Mediterranean sea, to achieve this result. Personified through the eye of the photographer, the Rhône reveals its strengths and weaknesses as well as the dangers that threaten it daily. If Camille Moirenc was chosen to take these photographs, it is because he sees beauty where others do not. His curiosity has led to many experiences, encounters and travels around the world. He has previously worked with water, the essence of life and an element full of emotions, according to him. This exhibition is a logical consequence! To accompany this initiatory journey, an interactive website is dedicated to the exhibition (link in the ticketing section!). A visual journey through breathtakingly beautiful images, not to be missed!