Their country, their language, whatever their name, travelers and nomads carry the same poetry in and out of them.
Joseph-Philippe Bevillard is one of the few photographers known to copy and present this poem as a gift to the public.
Since Tuesday, photos of this American artist have been on display in the former chapel of Hettel-Diu. They tell the story of an unidentified Irish people: Les Minkares.
A little amazing show
Fender has not stopped taking the public on a trip to Ireland since the Sir Films Festival Looking from elsewhere It was fully grounded in March 2020 and resumed in the spring of 2021.
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The film festival dedicated to Ireland offers the public a final trip to the heart of this particular summer, with photos of Joseph-Philippe Bevillard, available until August 22nd.
Like Fenetre Sir Films, the exhibition is a marvel: the photographer collects publications in popular magazines and exhibits them in London, Milan and Arles … he wins the 2021 photo magazine competition … exhibits his photos to finish … Drooks.
Same fate for all passengers
These “Irish travelers” still number around 35,000 in Ireland, the photos allow us to find travelers with their own language and ancient roots forged in the 5th century tin.
Like all travelers, their lifestyle is unsettling, leading them from one country to another. Joseph-Philippe Bevillard shares their daily lives for eleven years and tells it in some of Frederick Moyes’ best illustrated photos
Exhibition. In the old chapel of Hotel-Due until August 22nd. Free admission from Wednesday to Friday
2 to 6 p.m.
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