The Château d’Eau gallery’s summer exhibition in Toulouse showcases a selection of the work of the American postwar photographer Helen Levitt who, although she never sought fame, is widely acknowledged today as a key figure in street photography. Helen Levitt dropped out of high school in order to apprentice at a commercial photography studio in the Bronx, where this daughter...
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