Gaston Paris

Born in 1903, Gaston Paris is, since the 1930s, one of the pillars of the weekly magazine Vu, where he published more than 1,300 photos. Alongside a classic production of a photo reporter of the time, he became one of the leading contributors of the entertainment magazine La Rampe. In 1936, he participated in the International Exhibition of Contemporary Photography in Paris. He photographed the liberation of Paris and went to Germany and Austria with the French occupation troops in 1945-1946. Shortly after his death in Paris in 1964, his collection of 15,000 negatives was purchased by the Roger-Viollet agency.

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