Magic. This opening of Paris Photo LA was magic. The sets of New York in the 1940's recreated in the Paramount studios were transformed into photo galleries. Three other big studios were also turned into showrooms. We reach there the real false truth of the cinema. The works presented were carefully chosen, we understand that photography has replaced the spoken word, that pictures are the communication of today and that photography has definitely out-passed its bounds and ties. It's amazing to live a moment when something new turns up, it's even more amazing to share it with you, readers of the Journal.
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