Now that the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson has two exhibition areas instead of one, it can offer its walls to events, such as the personal exhibition of Vasantha Yogananthan “Mystery Street”. The alliance between the Fondation, the Hermès Foundation and the International Center of Photography of New York allows to feature young artists, with a book published and a presentation of their work. “Mystery Street” explores the time between childhood and adolescence, in the city of New Orleans, deeply affected by the passage of hurricane Katrina in 2005. According to the intent, the children shown become a living metaphor of the city body. This remains a mystery to me. I could not feel particularly close or touched by the photographs exhibited and question, apart from doing their share of an alliance, the need to use that particular space for that specific exhibition. I would have preferred to see the works of other street photographers, in the foot prints of Henri Cartier-Bresson.