Photography exhibitions are a big part of the Parisian scene right now. The Who is Gazing exhibition at the Paris Musée du Quai Branly is a great chance to not only immerse in the work of talented photographers but to also take some time to see a different part of the world. We have spent the last months of quarantine with a restricted view of our world, so it will be refreshing to have so many international names sharing their work.
The exhibition brings together artists from across multiple continents with pieces that capture portraits, landscapes, and others on the subject of time. It is as much about the thoughts and views of the viewer and the person behind the camera as the subject in front of the lens.
The show recently reopened as part of the relaxed restrictions on galleries and museums. Although delayed, the show will now run until the beginning of November.
From 30 June 2020 to 1 November 2020
Musée du quai Branly Jacques Chirac
75007 Paris 7
Metro line 9, “Iéna” station
RER C, “Pont de l’Alma” station
Reduced price: 7 €
Full price: 10 €
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