On June 13th at Ader will be held a very nice sale of photographs directed by Antoine Romand. Among this sale, that of the collection of Julie Chaux-Chomette, the daughter of Michèle Chomette and Bernard Chaux. They were among the pioneers of the photographic adventure of the 1970s and for a long time maintained a special position in their mythical gallery located opposite Beaubourg. Then two health dramas struck them. Julie, for financial reasons, is giving up the collection of images that her parents had made for her. Thrown very small in the photographic universe as Obélix in the pot...
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