His name: Damien Monteux. Ten years ago, he created Taco and co, a rickshaw company that eliminated the nightmare of Arles taxis for festival-goers. We also asked him for his memories of the Rencontres. My first memories of the “Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie” do not date from 1969 but from adolescence, that is about 25 years ago: the party,...
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