In 1975, Agathe Gaillard opened the first photography gallery in Paris. She had no market research or business plan, only her conviction that photographs could be valued as works of art. This year, the historic gallery on the Rue Louis Philippe will close, but what will remain is the work that Agathe has done for photography and photographers over the last 40 years.
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