Antoine Depardon beside his stove in the Rhone. Louis Brès taking out two of his animals in Lozère. Paul Argaud in his kitchen in Haute-Loire…In the trail of the great American photographers of rural life, Raymond Depardon gives to see peasant France, in its raw truth, simple, direct. With the greatest respect, without cheating: using a large format camera. With...
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