Photo Vivienne presents a show on Paris, featuring a selection of photographs by Eugène Atget, Edouard Denis Baldus, Brassaï, Robert Doisneau and Gustave Le Gray, to name a few. From a salt paper print of the Cabane des moutons du Jardin des Plantes photographed by Charles Marville in 1851, to a gelatin silver print representing the Pont Neuf wrapped by Christo in 1985, the images recreate the historic and iconic aspects of Paris. Through the rediscovery of its architecture, captured by Baldus, its characters, immortalised by Atget or Germaine Krull, its moments of joy and carefree life, depicted by Alexander Trauner or Bernard Lamoureux,
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