Benoît Gysembergh was cremated at the Père Lachaise cemetery yesterday morning. All of Paris Match and the world of French photojournalism came to pay a final tribute to this wonderful, tender, gifted, elegant and funny man. Excerpts from Keith Jarrett's Köln concert punctuated the speeches. It was both beautiful and terribly sad. Farewell, Benoît.
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