Following his trip to India, Pierre de Fenoÿl Founded, with Charles-Henri Favrod, the agency vu (which became viva), whose members included William Klein, Edouard Boubat, Guy le Querrec, Hervé Gloaguen, Claude Raimond-Dityvon, Martine Frank and Richard Kalvar. He also opened the gallery Rencontre, where he showed the work of Brassaï, Tony Ray-Jones, Martine Frank and Édouard Boubat, but the adventure would come to an end in June 1971.
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