The great photographer Marc Riboud, who was famous for his photograph of a young pacifist handing a flower to soldiers armed with bayonets during the 1967 peace march in Washington, passed away in 2016. In partnership with the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, the Museum of Photography André Villers, in Mougins (Provence), pays tribute to him...
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