In late November, Hôtel de Sauroy in Paris held a beautiful short-term exhibition of photographs highlighting the living conditions of orphans in India. The journalist Floris de Bonneville, formerly of Gamma Agency, explains the importance of this initiative. A woman whom I admire, and whom I had known well for twenty years at Gamma where she headed the Gamma-Liaison office,...
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