DATE: February 21, 2008
Only Paris can compete with New York as a center for
photography. In the middle years of the 20th century, many photographers
came to Paris from abroad – Man Ray, Brassai, Lee Miller, Robert Capa -
but a remarkable cohort of native Frenchmen added to a tradition that
went back to Louis Daguerre's discovery of photography in 1839.
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Complete article from The New York Sun, Thursday, February 21, 2008: