The exhibition Gypsies presented at Arles last summer revealed the history of the publication of this seminal work by Josef Koudelka. The show was as anecdotal as it was representative of the evolution of photography publishing. It was also the opportunity to compare the dual visions that a photographer and an editor have of the same work, and more generally, to grasp the individuality of each of those visions. For those who might have missed it, here once again is the story of this editorial epic.
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