Editor, photographer, theorist but above all poet, Denis Roche, died on Wednesday, September, 2nd in Paris at the age of 77. He created the collection Fiction & Cie and directed it at Editions Du Seuil for thirty years. In 1980, he founded « Les Cahiers de la Photographie » with Gilles Mora and Bernard Plossu, a magazine whose purpose was to gather all written works that lead to reflections on Photography. The magazine reached its pinnacle with the organization of two conferences at the Sorbonne, Paris in 1982 and 1985.Editor, photographer, theorist but above all poet,. In 1987, Denis Roche was...
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