For the 2012 edition of Paris Photo, David Lynch is clearly in charge. The filmmaker, whose portrait is on the festival poster, selected 99 works, stamped “Seen by David Lynch”, written in a stylish font, while other products have been marked “As seen on TV”. For visitors in a rush, or for those who find themselves lost in the sea of photographs, or who need help forming an opinion, this Reader’s Digest-inspired system has undeniable advantages.
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