He is the last monument of French photography. A formidable character and a rare human being. What was called in my youth with respect and admiration: a true liberal. A bottomless pit of tolerance, generosity, respect, culture … Three exhibitions honor him this month; we want to whisper: Finally! In recent years, with our proximity in the Luberon, my wife and I regularly see Solange and Denis. Every lunch is a marvel, and if Denis was a few years younger, my wife would have left me without doubt to seduce him. Look carefully, in the last portfolio: The Friends of […]
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