The image of his father developing photos under a red light in the bathroom is one of Julien Frydman’s first memories. Now in his third year as director of Paris Photo, this alumnus of Paris-Dauphine, where he graduated with an MBA in 1992, has always wanted to, “do something with content, with meaning, with beauty and sensitivity. I was already a little off.” One of his first internships was at the Opéra de Paris before he joined the French Ministry of Culture and National Education in 1992, where he worked under Jack Lang, who put him in charge of the development of new technology and media.
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