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...
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