For the first time, Usimages presents the industrial photographs of Jean-Pierre Sudre. Between 1956 and 1967, he produced both reportagess for the magazine Réalités and for large companies such as Saint-Gobain or EDF for whom he followed the construction of the Saclay laboratories and the implementation of the first synchrotron. Plunging into Jean-Pierre Sudre’s contact sheets, we go back in time and discover a photographer who not only worked on his assignments but used the company as a playground where he experimented, with his points of view and his framing, a language of industrial form as a mode of expression....
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