This is your last chance to go and see “Paris La Nuit” by Roger Schall (1904-1995) at the Argentic gallery before the exhibition comes to an end. Roger Schall shot scenes of Paris at night in his own solitary way. The lights and nocturnal characters he captured evoke a very different city, one that is unfamiliar and unknown. During his long walks, he rendered the invisible visible, depicting scenes from nocturnal life with Paris as backdrop and the Parisian themselves taking the main roles. Roger Schall was just as interested in the oft-forgotten streets as he was in the emblematic...
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