He was the risk-taker of photographic publications during the 1970's and '80s. Contrejour, his publishing house and magazine, united the independent talents of the time: Carole Naggar, Bernard Perrine, Jean-Claude Gautrand, Alain Dister, Gilles Mora and Maurice Coriat… Claude Nori wrote a delightful page in the history of French photography. Arles is honoring him, and so are we.
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