One day in 1979, young photography student at the University of Provence, I took my courage in both hands and I wrote to Denis Brihat asking to see him. The school had imposed on the students the following exercise: make a report on a trade. I chose to illustrate the work of photographer. Denis Brihat was already a legend: the only one perhaps, in France, to practice photography “as an artist”, that is to say with the requirement to live only by the sale of his prints. He had also created a kind of school, workshop, which received a handful of […]
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