Wind of freedom, hymn to improvisation, breath of spontaneity, at the Galerie Joseph which presents all summer, the first retrospective exhibition of the icons of the New Wave up to the Seventies. Vandartists has gathered for this exhibition over 100 prints of French Cinema’s two greatest photographers, Raymond Cauchetier (born 1920) and Georges Pierre (1921-2003) who are witnesses of the creative spirit of directors such as Godard, Melville, Chabrol, Truffaut, Rivette, Sautet, Resnais. They became iconic personalities of Cinema’s history in their own right, along the many actors they helped to reach success, among the likes of Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Seberg, […]
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