At the same time that the Jeu de Paume has dedicated its end-of-year exhibition to the American photographer Philippe Halsman with “Astonish Me!”, the publishers La Martinière have published “Jump Book”. Begun in 1959, when the photographer immortalised the Ford family for the brand’s 50th anniversary, it was a crazy idea, to make Mrs Edsel Ford jump in front of his lens.
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