Starting in the 1950s, Jean-Philippe Charbonnier traveled several times to the United States. He came back with a harvest of photographs which illustrated in particular a special issue on the United States entitled Introspection of America, published in June 1962. Jean-Philippe Charbonnier crossed the country from Texas to Missouri, from Alabama to the Hawaiian Islands, from Pennsylvania to the Mississippi. He sets out to introduce us to the daily life of the American people, from the Inuit in Alaska to the perfect American family of the late 1950s in New Rochelle, near New York. At Bird-in-Hand in Pennsylvania, he managed...
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