Embark on an expedition to the heart of the human being and elsewhere, during a private visit to the Maillol Museum. The retrospective exhibition dedicated to the American photographer, Steve McCurry, is an opportunity to discover more than 40 years of travel through his lens.
From the picturesque streets of Havana to the indigenous tribes of Papua, the Maillol Museum takes you to the crossroads of cultures, landscapes and conflicts immortalized on the film of Steve McCurry. For the first time in Paris, a complete exhibition of more than 150 large-format photos is dedicated to the photographer.
The exhibition begins with a series of black and white photographs from one of his trips to Afghanistan in 1979, and gradually opens up to a polychrome universe where dreamlike and threatening images are mixed. Among them, many are famous and have crossed the world, including that of "the young Afghan woman with green eyes". The exhibition also includes short videos where the artist reveals his photographic approach and his travels.
Before the museum opens to the public, take an intimate journey through McCurry's colorful and emotional photographs.
On September 11, 2001, Steve McCurry photographed the indescribable chaos of the World Trade Cent
Wednesday, January 5 at 9:30 am.
59-61 rue de Grenelle, Paris 75007
Your name will be listed at the entrance.
Don't forget your mask and your health pass.
Al Ahmadi oil field, Kuwait, 1991 © Steve McCurry
Srinagar, Kashmir, 1996 © Steve McCurry