He’s not just a book lover, he’s a book hunter. He breathes books. Bruno Mouron didn’t spend his days at Paris Photo browsing exhibitions, but the stands of the 35 publishers who attended the fair. Here is his selection: The Buenos Aires newcomer Anticuaria Poema 20 presented a selection of rare photography books from the 1930s to the 1980s, including a copy of Horacio Coppola’s Buenos Aires in mint condition for 5600€.
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