The fair in Bièvres will not take place. The deferred editions, the deferred catalogs; introductions, books and various texts will await. The days are passing, conducive to the storage of archives. Letters, invitations, photographs. Time is stretching. An email announces the cancellation of the Rencontres de la photographie. A snapshot re-emerges from an overfilled box on my desk. The “fine fleur lumièriste” in front of the Gazette du Sel au Pixel. 10 daily pages of reports on the Rencontres, of large format camera film and portraits. We were in its infancy then. I turn over the photograph “Students of Louis-Lumière,...
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