After a year in India, Denis, propelled on the front of the stage thanks to the prestigious Prix Niepce and with the support of the Rapho photo agency, settled in Paris and started to live decently of his job: illustration, reportage, architecture photography, portraits etc ………… But the “pavé parisien” ( the Paris cobblestones) as he likes to say did not suit him. In February 1958, asking Robert Doisneau what he would do in his place, “I would have left already” the few simple words helped him take his decision . A short time after that Denis arrived in the Luberon, which […]
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