As part of the Mois de la Photo du Grand Paris, the exhibition Au fil de la Seine, de Paris à Mantes (Along the Seine, from Paris to Mantes) is putting side by side about twenty Henri Cartier-Bresson photos from the 1950s and a requested project from the l’Hôtel-Dieu in Mantes-la-Jolie asked of Ambroise Tézenas.
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