On Sunday afternoon, a wintery sun shone through the great glass canopy of the Grand Palais, the atmosphere was cool, literally and figuratively: the gallerists complained not only about the temperature—radiators had to be brought in—but also about the modest attendance, except for opening and evening day . Blame was put on the scheduling, as gallerists surmised that many potential customers were out of town for Easter weekend.
As far as business was concerned, a sharp contrast could be felt. It was rumored that the Galerie Claude Bernard had sold everything, while others, who need not be mentioned, had sold absolutely nothing. This was especially true, as we will see, for the many galleries exhibiting photography…
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