Following last week’s interview with Aurélien Valette, L’Oeil will be publishing a weekly selection from the archives of the Rencontres d’Arles multimedia library, directed by Valette, the festival’s head of communication and new media. Today, we look 41 years back into the history of the festival with a rare public discussion with Ansel Adams, the legendary and reclusive photographer, who had never before left his West coast home in Carmel, California. He was the guest of honor for the 1974 Rencontres d’Arles.
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