It’s a sad day. So many, too many deaths in Kiev. Maïdan will one day be remembered like Tiananmen Square, like Tahrir. It’s also a sad day to hear what’s happening in Paris at the headquarters ofLibération, the newspaper that transformed the French press by liberating it from a ponderous formalism, but also by introducing press photography as something other than a simple illustration.
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