Nearly three years after the death of this renowned anthropologist, Defacto La Gallery is revisiting the photographic work of Claude Levi-Strauss. As he once said himself, he never considered photography to be particularly important, considering it more of a tool and preferring to see life without the interference of a viewfinder. Nevertheless, the son of a portrait artist, Lévi-Strauss’ eye was undoubtedly influenced by his father.
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