To mark the occasion of Joel Meyerowitz retrospective at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, we have decided to publish once again a portrait made by Jonas Cuénin last November. For the past five decades, the American photographer Joel Meyerowitz has roamed the streets of the world, countrysides and beaches in search of life in blue, green, yellow and red. In the 1970s, his sense of modernism contributed to acceptation of color photographs as works of art.
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