The 1960s protests, photography and visual legacy presents some of the most iconic images of the 1960s movements that shook the world and influenced contemporary history. The project sets the tone of the Summer of Photography 2018 focusing on the theme of revolt, and marking the fiftieth anniversary of the students protests that erupted in Paris in May 1968. For the exhibition design, the challenge was to create an engaging and immersive environment built around the element of crowd control barriers. I worked closely on the design of the exhibition with curator Christine Eyene to captures the full revolutionary spirit of resistance. The scenography also addresses the environment of the street and the chaos of a moving crowd symbolized by the transparency of the structures.
Exhibition Design for the exhibition — Curator: Christine Eyene — Client: Bozar — Photography: Philippe De Gobert