8 July 2014
The purpose of propaganda pictures is to manipulate public opinion. What is their value years later—a resource for historians, objects of speculation, art works or decoration for teenagers’ bedrooms? How can pictures illustrating politic ideologies that have sometimes led to the deaths of millions of people be handled? With collectors and curators WassinkLundgren, Claude Hudelot, Anouck Durand and Emmanuelle Kouchner, editor at Éditions Xavier Barral. Led by Pierre Haski, founder and editor-in-chief of Rue89.