Photography has a strong narrative power, even when made in the street! Consisting of blurred landscapes and troubled portraits, the work of American photographer Todd Hido has a real cinematographic quality. Also based on reality, the images made by the French artist Thibault Brunet take us into a world which seems almost virtual. Made in the streets of New York City in the 1960s-70s, Garry Winogrand’s snapshots feature women who could easily be film characters. Finally, the Swiss artist Guy Oberson questions fiction through drawings inspired by carefully selected photographs of Diane Arbus and Robert Mapplethorpe. These 4 exhibitions offer a fascinating dialogue between artists of different generations brought together for the first time.