MUSÉE DE L’ÉLYSÉE

MUSÉE DE L’ÉLYSÉE

I have recently visited the museum d’Elysee in Lausanne to see the exhibition of photographers  such as Gilles Caron and Phill Niblock. Personally, I am not a fan of war photo, but some images striked me. It is great that photographers, despite danger of being killed try to create awareness of what war is really like. In the museum, there was a variety of black and white and color photos and I found that photographers did a great job deciding if the picture should remain colored or not. I find this hard to do, because sometimes if the picture is strong, it is not easy to decide how it looks even more strong. Not only that, but there were some films presented as well which is nice to have for variation.

P.S. You can follow the link (just before the text) to find more about the exhibition.

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