Jean Pierre Berriau, photographer born in 1936. From Tunisia where is started his career aged 16 for la Dépêche Tunisiene, to Algeria and then Paris where he worked during all his career for the French press of Mr Lazareff, Filipacchi, Lagardère. From 1978 and in parallel, he developped his talents into old photo processing : platinium – palladium applied to his own photos. Famous US photographer Irving Penn was the one who was found of this delicate and expensive technique. Several exhibitions in Paris, Nantes, Berlin; A donation was made in 1980 to the Museum of Batz sur Mer, a series on salt flats...
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