Tomorrow, February 18, a retrospective of the work of Alice Springs, June Newton in the real life (wife of Helmut), will open at the Gallerie Carla Sozzani. June was a talented photographer, who more or less retired fifteen years ago. Speaking to us about June are three of her closest friends: José Alvarez, director of the publishing house Les Éditions du Regard; Dave, the legendary art restorer; and Philippe Garner, director of Christie’s photo department.
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