On the death of François Mitterrand At the distance, I should have foreseen it. He had allowed me to accompany him during the election campaign that had led him to the presidency of France. After being drawn to the backdrop of his machinations and I remained a prisoner of his largesse. He let me approach when he wanted and other times his eyes were that he accepted my presence, but the photographic act. In a dialogue that was extended from 1977 to 1995, the intermediary has always been the focus of my camera. I was given a gift of incredible...
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