Toward the end of 1953, Willy Rizzo took a series of portraits of the architect Le Corbusier, three of which were published in the magazine Paris Match. Much of Rizzo’s work was done in medium-format color. These photographs have not been published since. As part of the events organized by La Chaux-de-Fonds exploring the relationship between Le Corbusier and photography, the Fondation Le Corbusier is presenting, in collaboration with Willy Rizzo, a selection of original color and black-and-white prints at the Maison La Roche.
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