Salon de la Photo Paris – November 2013

profession-photographe-300x277The press has widely reported the event:
Artbahrain, France Photo, Images Magazine, Le Monde de l’image, de l’air, polka Magazine, Profession photographe, Connaissance des arts, Réponses photo… Europe 1, France Info, Fance Inter,RTL… France Télévision, TF1, iTélé, M6, LCI…






La presse en parle :


“In the 1960s, the Japanese (Ihei Kimura in particular), following an avant-garde logic, put Raymond Cauchetier among the icons of French photography, alongside Cartier-Bresson, Riboud and Charbonnier.
In France, we had to wait until 2013 to see a retrospective in Paris of the work of this grand old man of 93. The Salon de la Photo will pay a well-earned tribute to a brilliant self-taught photographer, whose incredible career made him first a war reporter then a specialist in Romanesque art…”

Carine Chenaux – A NOUS PARIS


“How does it happen that an oeuvre, which is both unique and monumental, somehow remains fails to become famous, or at the very least well-known? It took a casual visit to the Central Dupon laboratory for Jean-Pierre Bourgeois, curator of the Salon de la Photo, to be transfixed by these photos, which were on their way to Hollywood for an exhibition at the Oscar Academy in spring 2012. “