Roundabouts, campsites, mini-golf, waiting rooms or Balto cafes … This collection of more than 200 postcards offers us a nostalgic, funny and tender journey in our France from the 1960s to the 1980s. A humorous walk between Jacques Tati and Martin Parr to flip through like a family album. Jean-Marie Donat has been practicing publishing for thirty years. Passionate, collector and archivist mad of photographs, he brings together these last ones during his travels in Europe and the United States, around a strong idea: to give a singular reading of the century. What he has gathered together has already been the subject...
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