« We opened the gallery 20 years ago. That was in 1993. I’d just finished studying photography and a friend and I decided to open a studio for printing and framing. He had worked in a very famous studio in the United States, where he had acquired special techniques, including in conservation. It was something very uncommon in photography at the time. » Didier Brousse.
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