Written by Juliette Lavie This article appeared for the first time in spring 2020 in the n ° 4 of the journal Focales of the University of Saint-Etienne http://www.focales.eu In France after 1945, voices were raised asking that history of photography lessons were integrated into the technical training of photographers in order to “open new horizons” to them, without them having any sucess with official authorities. Only a minority of photographers then have a photographic culture that leads them to know photography’s past. This observation, like the absence of structure, museum and the limited number of works available to...
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