This week L’Oeil is looking 40 years back at a film made by Claude Dagues showing some of the highlights of the 1975 Rencontres d’Arles. Lucien Clergue, founder of the Rencontres, discusses the history of the festival, while Michel Tournier reflects on contemporary photography, illustrated by contributions from and work by Robert Doisneau, Yousuf Karsh, André Kertesz, Eugène Smith, Antanas Sutkus, Jean Dieuzaide, Ralph Gibson, Charles Harbutt, Eva Rubinstein, Kishin Shinoyama, Hélène Theret and Georges Tourjman.
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