Every month this year, we will make you discover a photographer a little forgotten from the agency Gamma-Rapho. This agency was born at the end of the sixties and symbolized with its two cousins born later, Sygma and Sipa, the apotheosis of phojournalism in France. Today: René Maltête. He was a wonderful gentleman. A poet and a photographer full of kindness and nostalgia. All his pictures were idealized postcards of France. In short, a happy street photographer! Jean-Jacques Naudet René Maltête (1930 – 2000) Photographer for whom humor was the salt of life, René Maltête had the talent to trap with […]
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