François Le Diascorn has compiled here a series of photographs shot in Paris between 1971 and 2014. This is his Paris, the one he explored and photographed for over 40 years. We see his particular style, the legacy of—and a rebellion against—the humanist movement to which he belonged in the 1970s and ‘80s. It’s a style that required exact framing and a play of light and shadows.
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