After Britain (Think of England, 2000), Mexico (2004-2006) and Luxembourg (LUX, 2009), now it’s Paris’s turn to give Martin Parr carte blanche. For nearly 35 years, the association Paris Audiovisual and the Maison Européenne de la Photographie have given renowned photographers the opportunity to present their unique visions of the capital.
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