It is the mother of all Arles exhibitions. The one that gave birth to everything. The 1st, that of Edward Weston. The one from 1970 at the Réattu, the legend begins! Daniel Rouvier, the director of the museum, presents it to us! The encounter between Jerome Hill and Edward Weston and the Réattu Museum is almost a miracle and a fairy who in 1965 looked into the brand new photographic collection being collected at the Réattu museum. It is in his function as “agent” of Manitas de Plata that Lucien Clergue was brought to meet the American patron in his...
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