For the first time, Studio Willy Rizzo is presenting a retrospective of thirty-four original photographs from Willy Rizzo’s reportages from Indochina in 1950 and 1952. Sent to cover the “incidents” in 1952, Willy Rizzo worked with a Leica equipped with a thirty-five-millimetre lens, two Rolleiflexes, four electronic flashes with extension cables, a Linhof with an eighty-millimetre lens and a tripod....
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