De l’air, the magazine that has showcased contemporary photography for almost sixteen years, is launching itself into publishing. With this series “collector”, dedicated to the great names of photography, it offers, as its founder Stéphane Brasca loves to specify, in the form of a “portfolio-book”, an object that is both rare and elegant. To lead the dancing, the photographer Bernard Plossu and his Fresson colour prints. De L’air has maintained a faithful relationship with this renowned photographer for many years, he has often entrusted previously unpublished images to it. Here is proof of what motivated this first volume; drawn from...
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