After two years spent searching for a buyer, the Galerie Agathe Gaillard in Paris, which never really closed, is re-opening with a collective exhibition, Entitled Tribute to Beauty, echoing the twentieth anniversary exhibition of 1995, it brings together some historic photographers – Álvarez Bravo, Boubat, Riboud, Charbonnier – and begins a crucial period for this real Parisian institution. L’Oeil de...
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