Signatures is neither an agency nor a collective. It’s a “House of photographers,” according to its two founders, Frédérique Founès and Marie Karsenty. Sixty photographers have found it to be the perfect refuge since it opened five years ago. Light shines through the high windows of their offices in Châtelet, one of the most lively and cosmopolitan neighborhoods of the French capital. From here the two women work towards the common goal of documenting contemporary society.
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