A new free temporary exhibition will be held at the Concorde hall at the Air and Space Museum. Latitude 48.9333 as part of the Month of Photo of Greater Paris, an unmissable rendezvous for photography lovers.
This exhibition is presented in the form of a "photographic project" in the Bourget airport basin. The photos presented here show a criss-cross of views between the artist, the historian and the curator at the museum and the site; A place bursting with the history of aviation.
Since 2014, Pascale and Damien Peyret photograph and examine this territory in a very personal way which is shaped by its many urban and social mutations: Bourget airport. It is here that for more than one hundred years, airplanes took off and landed. It is obvious therefore that a museum be devoted to the history of aviation!
The two artists (the visual art artist and the photograph) give free interpretation of their inventory work on architectural heritage and their explorations of the photo collections of the museum of the Air and Space museum. The museum relates the history of aviation, the story of it belongs here.