Every week, The Eye of Photography makes you discover videos on photography and takes you every Tuesday in the archives of the French National Institute of Audiovisual (INA). This week, a story on French singer Frank Alamo, who was also a photographer. The soloist of the Little singers with the wooden cross, author of the successes Ma Biche (My darling), Je me bats pour gagner (I fight to win) and Je veux prendre ta main (I want to take your hand) dared an unexpected conversion. In 1969, he decided to set up a photography studio and devoted himself to the realization of album covers, with...
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