From Wednesday 19 May, cultural venues are allowed to reopen. The Kiosk team finds its audience. We saw regulars sticking their faces to the windows to see inside. But we were just as impatient as they were, ”Slips by Elodie Regidel, Director of the Structure. Photographer Vincent Fournier will be in the spotlight on this occasion. Through his exhibition“ Space Utopia ”, he offers a true immersion in the space field. A graphic saga that has lasted more than ten years, where It tells the story of space exploration from the Apollo and Sputnik programs to the future NASA mission to Mars.
The audience welcomed in small groups
The exhibition has already been postponed several times due to the epidemic. But in the end, it fits in well with current events. All eyes are on Thomas Pisquet and his departure to the International Space Station (ISS), “This is what excites Nadine Duclou, the deputy mayor. In total, sixteen pictures of the artist will be discovered inside the structure.” We have also installed totem symbols. Outside to display fourteen other people, at Simone-Veil. “This allows us to comply with the restrictive standards imposed by sanitary conditions.”
The exhibition is visible until September 5, every day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. free.
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