In 1929, André Gide published a landmark book, Travels in the Congo, illustrated by 64 photographs by Marc Allégret. This rare, large-format and numbered work, never reissued, was the fruit of ten months spent in Africa a few years beforehand. Today it is deeply coveted by collectors.
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