The Toulouse native Philippe-Gérard Dupuy has devoted his life to photography and produced a singular and diverse body of work. Known for his photographs of jazzmen, made over the years at the Festival de Marciac, he is also a dry wit who has always got a kick out of subverting the reality and putting on skits to manufacture mischievous images....
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