After two beautiful exhibitions devoted to Jean Cocteau and Pablo Picasso, this winter the Cercle Cité invites us to discover the work of Lucien Clergue, who was one of their close friends. The exhibition Lucien Clergue, Poete photographe lets us have a global view of the man who was the first photographer to be elected a member of the Academy of Fine Arts of the Institut of France. The exhibition focuses on the special relationship between Edward Steichen and Lucien Clergue by way of unpublished documents that demonstrate the importance of their respective places in the history of photography the...
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