A photo exhibition by Arielle de La Tour d'Auvergne, a French photographer and adopted citizen of Geneva.

Her travels are a source of inspiration and reveal her passion for heritage. Through her favourite themes: arts, architecture, nature and culture, heritage becomes the main thread of her work.
The places and people she photographs bear witness, transmit and tell a story. They are transmitters.

In 2018, she took over the reins of a historic monument that has belonged to her family since 1467. A key moment in her life that she wanted to share through this exhibition.

A photographic exploration that allows her to show us this place, from the outside in, from the cellar to the attic, from wardrobes to storerooms...
As a "Passenger of Stories", Arielle de La Tour d'Auvergne tackles different themes here.
The architecture of this historic monument, in which she has been immersed since her childhood.
Her family, which has been involved in a wonderful adventure from generation to generation for over five centuries.
The intimacy of the place, like a cabinet of curiosities.

Some thirty personal images are added to a tribute to her grandparents. Arielle de La Tour d'Auvergne presents for the first time two photos signed by her great-grandmother, herself a photographer in her own right, and her grandfather's book of poems.
Arielle de La Tour d'Auvergne, a photographer who no longer just tells stories, becomes in her turn an actor, a passer of History, a "Passenger of Stories".