From 1985 Willy Ronis immerses himself in his photographic collection and selects what he considers the essential of his work. He made six albums including 590 photos that represent for him his photographic testament. These are the matrix of this exhibition. The Eye of photography underscores the importance of this great photographer who left us almost ten years ago by publishing each day one of the nine components of this exceptional exhibition, today: his photographs of Belleville and Ménilmontant. At a young age, Willy Ronis began photographing Paris and the neighborhoods where he passed his time, and he never stopped....
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