By emphasizing Raymon Depardon’s meandering itinerary, the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson pays a special tribute to the photographer with a book publication and an exhibition. From his family farm to the African desert, the exhibition follows the gaze that traverses his entire oeuvre. Straying off the beaten track, crossing the lines, picking a side road, cutting across a field to reap...
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