Like many Europeans of the post-war generation, Bernard Plossu grew up with American culture, first with movies, then with literature, thanks to the authors of the Beat generation, without forgetting the music Jazz especially. But surprisingly, it is in Mexico, when he was barely 20 years old, that he discovered, in his own way, the New World. We are in...
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