Paris Photo at the Grand Palais, Kiosk at the Bal, Offprint at the Beaux-Arts—never has photography publishing been so present on the Paris cultural scene. And it seems as though it’s here to stay. While the photography market is still reserved for an elite, photography publishing is accessible, independent and creative, the way the publishing scene for music and cinema once was. This November, Paris was the capital of Zineland.
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