At eighty-six, Jean-Claude Gautrand, a talented photographer and major author, will remain the witness of a generation that has been campaigning for the recognition of photography. An indefatigable group leader, exhibition organizer, author of some thirty works on photographers: Brassaï, Doisneau, Ronis, Roger Pic or the history of this art: Bayard, Blanquart – Evrard, he was above all a photographer who, from the outset and his encounter with the “Subjektive Fotografie” of Otto Steinert, has developed with images a true poetry, where graphics, material and lights are the essential components of this formal precision that structures all his work. His...
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