A daily section of JFC at the Visa Festival for Image from August 31 to September 8, 2019. Ivor Prickett of the New York Times is a photographer I discovered in Perpignan: he is exposed to the Urban Planning Workshop, opposite the Convent of the Minimes. Yves Bremond, the printer from Dupon Phidap who superbly made the prints, had alerted me to the “sensitivity of this reportage”. He tackled a poignant subject, life in Mosul and Raqqa, during the offensive of the Iraqi and Kurdish special forces. Yves insisting on the technical quality of images, I wanted to know more […]
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