Photography was George Thiry’s obsession : ‘I take photos to amuse myself’, he would explain. For over forty years, his Rolleiflex dangling as a third eye on his chest wherever he went, Georges Thiry found Brussels a fertile environment for his « artistic walks ». From 1935 to 1975 this passion for photography was the origin of 40,000 negatives, almost as many contacts and a small number of prints.
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