Jean-Philippe Charbonnier is the great forgotten man of French humanist photography. This retrospective, made up of around two hundred works, is the first to pay homage to him, since the only exhibition organized by the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris in 1983, produced at the time with Charbonnier himself. The study of the archives kept at Gamma-Rapho-Keystone allowed us to discover the full extent of Charbonnier’s multifaceted work. The exhibition revolves around some major reportages produced exclusively for the magazine Réalités. Among them, some of the most famous – like the one on psychiatric hospitals for...
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