Her name: Anne-Sylvie Bameule. The daughter of Jean-Paul Capitani and the daughter-in-law of Françoise Nyssen. Therefor she is part of the third generation of this amazing family saga that created Actes Sud, one of the best publishing houses in France, especially in the photographic field. She directs the Art, Nature and Society sectors in the company.
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