For the first time, a French photography studio is creating a link connecting woman to francophonie (french speaking communities) in an exhibition for the Chinese public of Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shanghai, with openings taking place on International Women’s Day. Let us remember that Harcourt is the only classic photo studio still active around the world. In fact, in its eighty-four years, cofounded in 1934 by a photography lab technician Cosette Harcourt, it has been through all the vicissitudes of the 20th century, from deaths to technological upheavals. Who today still takes the trouble to go to a photo studio “to...
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