The in camera Gallery in Paris presents a collection of prints by Frank Horvat focusing on women, including the famous portrait of a lady with a Givenchy hat. Made in a studio or outdoors, the photographs always contain an element of surprise, and show Horvat’s taking liberties with visual codes. “I photographed fashion with bad conscience,” says Frank Horvat, who is about to celebrate his 90th birthday. This is not a confession, since this polyglot has never concealed his passion for photojournalism, so dear to Henri Cartier-Bresson. He even adds, with a beaming smile, “I would have liked to be...
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