To celebrate this anniversary, Sam Stourdzé has asked Françoise de Noyelle to produce a book by Éditions de la Martinière. It tells the story of these meetings, brings together more than 300 photos and brings together the testimonies of five great figures of the festival – Jean-Claude Gautrand, Maryse Cordesse, Jean-Claude Lemagny, François Hébel and Sam Stourdzé. We have chosen these extracts. Maryse Cordesse Of all the evenings, exhibitions and colloquiums, what particularly strong memories do you keep? The evening “Jazz and Photography” organized by Guy Le Querrec in 1983 was fantastic. The projections were great, and this agreement between...
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