Designed to complement the exhibition at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the publishers Xavier Barral and Ponchet Plan-Net have joined forced to realize an amazing book gathering some forty unreleased photographs which Martin Parr shot in Paris over the summer, when many locals leave and the city is taken over by tourists. Here Parr offers a vision less of Paris than of the tourist capital of the world.
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