But who is Paul Senn? With his sharp eye, he will witness for two decades, from 1930 to 1950, a tragic era during which will be put in place fascism and Nazism, then a post-war from which he will draw glimmers of hope. This off the road Swiss photographer will devote his short career to his country’s press magazine. He is not a war reporter but rather a “humanitarian reporter”, especially a humanist photographer. He is known in Switzerland but absolutely not in France and even less in Spain. In the 1930s, against the backdrop of economic crisis, social clashes...
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