The Sorbonne’s Catalan Studies Centre (CEC) in Paris is putting on the exhibition La cicatrice photographique by photographer Gabriel Ramon. The show will open on 5th November and will run until 3rd December.
The exhibition La cicatrice photographique is composed mainly of photographs treated with the wet collodion technique, which show portraits at times disturbing but always fascinating for their beauty.
In 1982, aged 30, and with a great passion for traditional photography, the French photographer Gabriel Ramon set up his studio in Palma de Mallorca. Years later, the negatives of the photographs that he took retain the black and white imprint and the emotions on the faces that he photographed in this exchange that is always a portrait. They can now be seen in the exhibition La cicatrice photographique, from 5th November to 3rd December.
Jacques Terrasa, professor of Hispanic Studies at the Sorbonne, is the exhibition’s curator
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