2 readers; Olivier Facon and Dominique Merigard pointed out an inaccuracy in the text of Christian Rome on Marc Garanger. Christian Rome is mistaken about the fact that Marc Garanger had doubts about the images made during his military service in Algeria including in particular the portraits of “Algerian women”. Indeed, in the afterword to Femmes algériennes 1960, published by Atlantica in March 2002, Marc Garanger wrote: “The first exhibition of these photographs took place at the end of 1960, when I aligned the identity photos, drawn in 4 x 4 cm, stapled in six copies, on the captain’s desk,...
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