Louis Stettner, a photographer who explored the streets of the cities of New York and Paris, recording the daily lives its inhabitants, died last week at his home in Saint-Ouen, France, at age 93. His death was announced by the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, where he had a show that just closed one month ago.
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