Today’s edition is dedicated to the french photographer Jean-Marie Périer. The idea came about at lunch in Arles at the restaurant Le Galoubet during last summer’s festival. Jean Marie told me that he had from July to October six exhibitions in London, Moscow, Marseille for which he is very happy since he has never been acknowledged by the photography establishment. I think that he is a great photographer, a monument to nostalgia, and a privileged witness of the music revolution of the 1960s. He has had many lives as: film director, advertising creator, writer, and even recently as an actor...
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