Discovered by the French magazine Les Inrockuptibles in 1991 while still a student at the École Louis Lumière, Patrick Messina soon became one of the best portrait photographers of his generation. Working for Télérama, Libération and Le Monde, he gained a following through encounters with the big names in literature, music and movies.
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