His name is Diego Goldberg. He is Argentinian. He is one of the most formidable photojournalists and photographers of his generation. He is one of the very few to have been accepted in the intimacy of François Mitterrand. He also has this implacable look on photography today. This edition is dedicated to him. Jean-Jacques Naudet Diego Goldberg by Eliane Laffont I have known Diego for more than 30 years. Since his beginnings as a correspondent in Latin America for the french photo agency Sygma, then as a Sygma staff photographer in Paris and later, while I was Director of...
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