Throughout the 1930s, Gaston Paris (1903-1964) was one of the pillars of the weekly magazine Vu, founded in 1928 by Lucien Vogel. The only salaried photographer, he shared the magazine’s pages with Laure Albin-Guillot, Germaine Krull, André Kertész, Martin Munkacsi, Man Ray and Robert Capa.
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