One of the most influential and innovative film-set photographers of his day, Raymond Cauchetier was for many years the unacknowledged genius behind some of the most iconic images of 1960s French cinema. Following a sustained campaign his work is now finally recognised, and this month sees a double bill for Cauchetier fans with the opening of an exhibition of previously never before published photographs at James Hyman Gallery [www.jameshymangaller.com] in London and the publication of a new monograph of his work.
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