Anne Clergue Galerie presents a new set of 30 photos from the 1950s taken by Jacques Léonard (1909-1994). He fell in love with a beautiful gypsy, Rosario Amaya, followed her to Barcelona in 1952, married her. He left the world of cinema (he worked with Abel Gance) and became the French photographer of the 50s of the gypsy community of Montjuic, the gadjo Chac. The signed and numbered prints on baryta paper were made from the original negatives deposited in the Photographic Archives under the control of the Fundacion Photographic Social Vision which manages the Archivo Familia Jacques Léonard in...
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