The Pavillon Carré de Baudouin in Paris features the French photographer intimate portrait in 200 photos. Admission to the exhibition entitled Willy Ronis by Willy Ronis is free. A key figure in the history of French photography, Willy Ronis is among the giants of so-called “humanist” photography devoted to capturing, with a brotherly eye, the essence of everyday life. In 1985, Willy Ronis began to scour his photography archive to select what he considered to be the essence of his work. He put together six albums, which thus constitute his “photographic testament.” These albums are being shown to the public...
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