When he hears on the radio that protests have started in the Latin Quarter, Claude Dityvon, who just started photography, rushes to the area and starts taking pictures of the events with a freedom that fits the subject matter. He improvises, carried by the energy of youth that changes the world. Already very modern, Claude Dityvon uses a very intense...
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