The gallery Camera Obscura opened in Paris in 1993. We represent artists of international repute (Sarah Moon, Willy Ronis, michael Kenna...), but also new talents (Patrick Taberna, Denis Dailleux...), in a spirit of classic - contemporary photography. From the beginning, Camera Obscura had a special focus on japanese photography and we introduced in Paris the works of prominent artists as Ishimoto Yasuhiro, Kawada Kikuji, Shoji Ueda, Masao Yamamoto.
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