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The result of more than 50 years of travels and photographic reports, the book Mediterranean, by the famous French photographer Raymond Depardon, gathers old and unpublished pictures of the Mediterranean region from the 1960s to the present day. From Alexandria to Beirut, via the south of France, which he is particularly fond of, Greece, Palestine, Turkey, Italy, Spain and Corsica, Raymond Depardon once again casts an acute and subjective eye on this multifaceted region of the world.
Always at grips with reality, the photographer's unadorned images establish a relationship of transparency with reality. The cities of the Mediterranean change before our eyes and Raymond Depardon is a privileged witness to this, notably in his series on Beirut, photographed carefree in 1965, then in distress 13 years later during the civil war and finally immortalized in 1991 just before the reconstruction.

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31.5 x 25.6 x 1.8 cm
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