The review is superb. Its name is Pinault Collection and it is published twice a year. In the lastest issue: this wonderful subject on the Bourse du Commerce in Paris directed by Anne de Mondenard. The photographers who depicted Paris had ambitious goals and varied perspectives: guided by their personal interests or fulfilling a specific assignment, some focused on the city as a central motif while others presented it as a backdrop or décor for other activities. They captured its architecture, its dwellings, its businesses, and, of course, its inhabitants. The earliest images of the Bourse de Commerce date from the...
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