For the first time in France, the autobiography of Germaine Krull, considered a pioneer of avant-garde photography, has been published. Like many photographers of her generation, Germaine Krull (who was born in 1897 in Prussia of German parents, and died in 1985) toured the world with its turmoils and tumults. She was a friend of Man Ray, the lover of...
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