The French version of the Huffington Post directed by Anne Sinclair and produced in partnership with "Le Monde" was just released. The first subject devoted to photography was signed by Lucien Clergue, its title taken from Boris Pasternak "Man is mute, only pictures speak". You can read Lucien Clergue's full text in the French version of La Lettre.
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