Paris is the city where I lived as a child, and it has been important to me, especially from 1960 to 1965, my teenage years, where I always went to “learn” about images at the Cinémathèque and see the New Wave movies on the left bank. I always photographed Paris, even as a child with a Brownie Flash (my first photo, the balloons in color, place de l’Étoile, in 1954, I was 9 years old); then I filmed in 8 and in super 8 mm, with my friend Étienne O’Leary, who filmed in 16 … The cinema undoubtedly influenced me,...
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