The exhibition Lartigue, la vie en couleurs recently opened at the Maison Européene de la Photographie in Paris. It runs through August 23rd alongside four other exhibitions, and is the subject of a book published by Seuil. Martine Ravache, co-curator of the exhibition with Martine D’Astier, shared with us her thoughts on Jacques Henri Lartigue.
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