Homer Sykes is a well-known figure in British photography but his images have only made it across the Channel on rare occasions. After the exhibition at Maison Robert Doisneau, the Les Douches gallery is now showing his work captured during some testing times. It is an ode to the creativity of a society undergoing profound change, where humour and a...
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