If the 2015 edition of Arles aims to bring together different trends in photography, then the exhibition Fellini 8 ½ is a good introduction. It features never-before-seen color photographs taken by Paul Ronald on the set of Fellini’s legendary film. The selection was made by the late French photographer, who also worked with Jean Cocteau and Luchino Visconti.
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