The work of Adolfo Kaminsky, who risked his life as a resistance fighter forging documents and photographs during the German occupation of France, is finally being exhibited in Paris at the Galerie Lina Davidov. A prolific photographer, Kaminsky took his first artistic photograph in 1944, the day after the liberation of Paris, and never put down his camera again.
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