An American-born photographer living in France, Jane Evelyn Atwood’s photographs display a deep attachment to her subjects: prostitutes, prisons, blind children, Haiti. A major exhibition devoted to her work was held at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in 2011. As she was preparing her first report on a man living with AIDS, an important encounter took place…
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