The International Center of Photojournalism based in Perpignan presents, from the April 8th to May 13th 2016, an exhibition dedicated to the Cuban photographer Jesse A. Fernandez (1925 - 1986), who made his career in New York, and who became a US citizen. His work is essentially humanist, turning towards effervescent current events, but is also a quest for essential meetings with most of the great writers, painters, sculptors of the second half of the twentieth century.
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