It was Monday in the Jardins de Bagatelle, west of Paris. Photo magazine was celebrating its 500th issue. It was 500 issues ago that one day in 1967, Roger Thérond, Walter Carone and André Lacaze created Photo. In September, an exhibition of the magazine’s best covers will be held at the gallery Le Daume, accompanied by a book published by La Martinière.
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