The Argentic gallery has been working on this exhibition for several years and has collected, especially for this occasion, unique pieces presented here for the first time. These are fifty masterpieces of the masters of photography coming directly from artists or private collections. The theme that unites all these works is the representation of Paris and its inhabitants from the XIXth century until today. More than 170 years of the history of photography and the capital will be presented to you. Photographers exhibited: Martin Argyroglo, Eugène Atget, Edouard Baldus, Hippolyte Bayard, Marcel Bovis, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Claude Dityvon, Robert Doisneau,...
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