François Kollar François Kollar was born in Hungary in 1904 and moved to Paris in 1924. Very passionate about photography, he learned the trade with the well known Draeger Frères printing house, then with the Chevojon studio and the Lecram agency. He set up his own studio in 1930. It was in 1931 that he began his collaboration with the Horizons editions of France, with a series of reportages on the working world, to be published under the title “France Working” . This investigation, rich of more than 2,000 photos and which lasted nearly 4 years, lead François Kollar to...
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