The Musée du Montparnasse will present until May 31st a retrospective of the artist Georges Gasté (1869-1920). Along with fifty paintings depicting North Africa and India at the turn of the century, the exhibition brings together 80 photographs taken by Gasté in the same decade. His photographs are an exceptional documentary account of the daily lives of Algerians, Egyptians and Indians, with whom he lived for nearly thirty years.
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