The crème de la crème of the Parisian intellectual Left crowded around Jacques Lang and Pierre Bergé for the Dominique Issermann exhibition at Maison Européenne de la Photographie, featuring her pictures of Laeticia Casta. Another photographer, Youssef Nabil, threatened to steal the spotlight with his color pictures, but Yan only had eyes for Issermann’s sublime black-and-white prints.
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