An exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris shows the committed photographers of the 30s: Eli Lotar, Pierre Jamet, Gisele Freund … How photography is a “class weapon” and how it has testified about a unhappy society, in full crisis, with all the hints of fascism. They pose proudly, inflating their torsos and putting themselves on stage to defend their...
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