A retrospective at the Jeu de Paume in Tours spotlights the work of the photographer Lucien Hervé who made geometries of the world his mantra. His elegant play of light and shadow reveals man-made architecture. “You have the soul of an architect.” These words were uttered by Le Corbusier, a friend of the photographer, with whom Lucien Hervé developed a...
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