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Jessica Lange Photography Show First Time in France

Double-Oscar winner, American actress Jessica Lange, is currently showing her photography at the Campredon Centre d’Art, at Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, for the first time in France.

Back in 1967, she won a scholarship from the University of Minnesota to study photography, but Hollywood beckoned and she played many leading roles: her Oscars for best actress were for Tootsie in 1983 and Blue Sky in 1995.

..Continue reading here to discover how this actress focused her Leica M6 camera lens outward. Jessica Lange developed a portfolio of images with a concentration on Mexico. The show runs until October 7, 2018.

Contact Information

Campredon centre d’art (website)
20 rue du Docteur Tallet
84800, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Tel: +33 (0)4 90 38 17 41
Closed Mondays

This stately 18th-century mansion was designed by Esprit-Joseph Brun a local architect for Charles-Joseph de Campredon. Constructed in 1746 the Donadéï de Campredon villa was recognized by the department of French Historic Monuments in 1979.

Discover: Isle sur la Sorgue for a Touch of Venice in Provence

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