The Hiltawsky Gallery of Berlin is currently presenting “un – deux – trois” by photographer Serge Marcel Martinot, born in Paris in 1944. he spends his childhood on the île Saint Louis in central Paris, worked in the United States then settled in Germany where he has been living in Hamburg for many years. The black and white and color pictures on display in this exhibition were taken in these three countries between 1980 and 2011.
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