The TF1 group, via its news channel LCI, is supporting the new exhibition “Noir & Blanc: a photographic aesthetic”, which opens at the Grand Palais on Wednesday 16 December 2020 and runs until Monday 1 February 2021.
LCI is delighted to be associated with this major cultural event, which showcases a selection of 300 black and white prints drawn from the iconic photographic collections of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF).
From Monet to Hooper via Miró, the TF1 group has for several years been a committed partner of Rmn – Grand Palais, one of Europe’s leading cultural operators, building ever closer ties with each successive exhibition.
This ongoing support illustrates the TF1 group’s role as a major cultural partner, and as a leading ally in the showcasing of the world’s cultural heritage. Our ambition: to enable as many people as possible to encounter art, in all its various forms.
The exhibition features the most celebrated names in French and world photography, including Nadar, Man Ray, Ansel Adams, Willy Ronis, Helmut Newton, Diane Arbus, Mario Giacomelli, Robert Franck, William Klein, Daido Moriyama, Valérie Belin, Brassaï and Cartier Bresson. It covers the 150-year history of black-and-white photography, from its 19th-century roots to contemporary artworks.