This month for the 50th anniversary of May ’68, The Eye of Photography is offering every week a selection of portfolios of the events . Today, we have the pictures of Gérard-Aimé, who was a photographer at Apis with Gilles Caron. A photography enthusiast, he covered the events of Nanterre, then the student revolt of ’68. Then he worked for the military press. A member of the photographer collective Boojum Consort, he founded and directed the first news agency for the magazine Libération, Fotolib. Today, his photography archive is distributed by the agency Gamma Rapho Keystone in Paris.