The time of friends 1970-1973 When a small group of enthusiasts, gathered since the day before in the city of Alyscamps, entered the Réattu Museum in the middle of the afternoon of July 1, 1970 to discover what most of them never had never seen before, a collection of original prints of Edward Weston, none of them doubted that was the beginning of an adventure that would transform the French photographic landscape and make Arles this magical place, the future capital of world photography. Grafted on the multidisciplinary festival of Arles – one of the oldest in France – the...
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