As part of its support for the Gilles Caron Foundation, the Bru Foundation is organising an exhibition of the French photojournalist’s colour photographs in Geneva. The recent discovery of a set of Ektachromes by Gilles Caron (1939-1970) throws new light on the relationship between the photographer, best known for his black and white images, and his camera. The prints on show at the exhibition were created on Cibachrome by Roland Dufau, the last remaining specialist in this technique.
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