Throughout the second half of the 19th century, they reigned supreme. Felix, Adrien and Paul have helped to elevate photography to the level of art while never ceasing to invent. A large exhibition pays tribute to them at the BNF in Paris. The gigantic N, in zigzag, and of a red color, invigorating: this is the first letter of the...
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