It is 3:54 in the morning. I can not sleep. Yesterday I received an email from JJ Naudet the founder of The Eye of Photography: “Bangkok, your images, your text? “. He keeps at it. He was the only one to published me in August 1980 in Photo, on my return from Thailand. Nearly forty years ago now. I had fled Paris. Freelance at the Figaro Magazine, the weekly founded by Robert Hersant to support Giscard in his crusade against socialism, François Lochon then the new Gamma boss had approached me in the corridors of the newspaper: “Join us, you’ll...
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