Featuring more than 120 photographs, including a number of original prints, this exhibition traces the tortuous and fascinating career of Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894–1986) throughout the 20th century.
Although he only gained recognition late in his career, becoming known as the photographer of happiness, Jacques Henri Lartigue combined different creative moments and became a master of the snapshot.
His photographs move us with their humanity and their intrinsic joy, but they also form the core of a very extensive oeuvre, a richly varied body of work which was not limited to simply chronicling the Belle Époque and the Roaring Twenties.
The exhibition also spotlights the French photographer’s friendship with Folon. A wealth of captured moments to discover this autumn.
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In collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and the Donation Jacques Henri Lartigue.
With the support of Wallonia, Walloon Brabant, the CGT, the National Lottery, Banque Delen, La Première, Musiq’3, Le Soir, Le Soir Mag and TVCOM.