Having always been somewhat shy and solitary, Marc Riboud had never put words on his images until he met Bertrand Eveno, who was able to bring out the most taciturn of photographers, getting him to speak … and even to laugh. Their friendship and intertwined memories reveal another side to a man known for his generous nature and rare talent. Marc Riboud talks about his childhood, his family, his reportages, his encounter with Ho Chi Minh, the historical events he witnessed, his work for Magnum, his photography and his iconic images: the young woman offering soldiers a flower, the man painting the Eiffel Tower, and so many more...

  • Collection : Des images et des mots
  • Publication Date : 02/06/2012
  • 16,5 x 20 cm, Broché, 168 pages
  • Price : 25,00 EUR
  • ean : 9782851072658

About the artist

Born in 1923, Marc Riboud took his first photographs when he was 15, at the Paris World’s Fair. By 1948, he was (...)

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