From the chair that supports his 91 springs body, Franck Horvat discovers the hunging of The Crossing of Paris, an exhibition that pays him tribute in the Espace Museums until April 30, 2020. “You say I like this city, but I also hate it, “he muses. Yet it is Paris, his adopted city since the late fifties, which inspired most of his work. Very much influenced by Cartier-Bresson, whom he met in 1950, he began his career in photojournalism. The success is not long coming, returning from a two-year journey in India, he was selected in 1955 by Edward Steichen...
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