In 1976, I attended my first festival in Arles and told it as is in PHOTO. René Burri saw his colleagues become stars « Arles Photographic encounters: are a safari in a zoo ». This cruel word is from Henri Cartier-Bresson. A mad individualist, two years ago he did not like those hundred students in search of teachers and those two hundred photographers in search of masters. This year they were even more numerous: two hundred for the first, four hundred for the second. Prostitution with less business, fervor and enthusiasm in addition, Arles became the Cannes of photography. Not all photography...
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