Today, Jean Larivière is more discreet, but he never stopped working in his Paris studio. An exhibition last spring, in a gallery in the Saint-Germain district in Paris, reminded us of his talent, with the presentation of a few prints. The Eye of Photography wanted to extend this return to the art scene by dedicating a day that allows us to revisit some of the major pieces of an atypical course. It will be remembered that he first came across with a visual search that will find its place among other things in the Zoom magazine of the 1970s; then...
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