For 35 years Robert Pujade will lead conferences and debates at festivals.He focuses here on the birth of French photographic criticism through Michel Nuridsany, Hervé Guibert and Christian Caujolle. When, in 1980, the director of the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie asked me to assure the daily debates between the invited photographers and the festival’s public, I did not suspect that this adventure would last 35 years, nor that it would decide my future as a writer and researcher. Over the years, I have prepared some of the most famous photographers on the planet to endure the ordeal of a...
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