The first Rencontres team, Arles, 1971 -by Marc Pérard   [+]
From left to right: Jean-Claude Lemagny, Todd Webb, Michel Tournier, Lucien Clergue, Jean-Claude Gautrand, Jean-Pierre Sudre, Édouard Boubat, Denis Brihat, Jean Dieuzaide, Jean-Maurice Rouquette[the only one who is not identified is the one who hides behind Jean-Claude Gautrand]
Thanks to yama-bato who asked me a question. While digging for an answer I found some great archive photos of the first decade (1970s) of the Rencontres d’Arles. Founded in 1970 by the photographer Lucien Clergue, the writer Michel Tournier and the historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette. This annual festival takes place between July and September in Arles.
I’ll post here some of my ‘heroes’; the serie is still online at La lettre de la photographie where there is more… The credit of this serie goes to La lettre for the online presentation and for the Archive work to:

In 2009, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rencontres d’Arles, François Hébel asked Catherine Philippot, Françoise Riss, Christian Caujolle and myself (Jean-Jacques Naudet) to gather the most memorable and surprising pictures of the Festival. Here are a few of the pictures we selected back then.Jean-Jacques Naudet

The first Rencontres team, Arles, 1971 -by Marc Pérard   [+]

From left to right: Jean-Claude Lemagny, Todd Webb, Michel Tournier, Lucien Clergue, Jean-Claude Gautrand, Jean-Pierre Sudre, Édouard Boubat, Denis Brihat, Jean Dieuzaide, Jean-Maurice Rouquette
[the only one who is not identified is the one who hides behind Jean-Claude Gautrand]

Thanks to yama-bato who asked me a question. While digging for an answer I found some great archive photos of the first decade (1970s) of the Rencontres d’Arles. Founded in 1970 by the photographer Lucien Clergue, the writer Michel Tournier and the historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette. This annual festival takes place between July and September in Arles.

I’ll post here some of my ‘heroes’; the serie is still online at La lettre de la photographie where there is more… The credit of this serie goes to La lettre for the online presentation and for the Archive work to:

In 2009, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rencontres d’Arles, François Hébel asked Catherine Philippot, Françoise Riss, Christian Caujolle and myself (Jean-Jacques Naudet) to gather the most memorable and surprising pictures of the Festival. Here are a few of the pictures we selected back then.
Jean-Jacques Naudet

The first Rencontres team, Arles, 1971 -by Marc Pérard   [+]
From left to right: Jean-Claude Lemagny, Todd Webb, Michel Tournier, Lucien Clergue, Jean-Claude Gautrand, Jean-Pierre Sudre, Édouard Boubat, Denis Brihat, Jean Dieuzaide, Jean-Maurice Rouquette[the only one who is not identified is the one who hides behind Jean-Claude Gautrand]
Thanks to yama-bato who asked me a question. While digging for an answer I found some great archive photos of the first decade (1970s) of the Rencontres d’Arles. Founded in 1970 by the photographer Lucien Clergue, the writer Michel Tournier and the historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette. This annual festival takes place between July and September in Arles.
I’ll post here some of my ‘heroes’; the serie is still online at La lettre de la photographie where there is more… The credit of this serie goes to La lettre for the online presentation and for the Archive work to:

In 2009, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rencontres d’Arles, François Hébel asked Catherine Philippot, Françoise Riss, Christian Caujolle and myself (Jean-Jacques Naudet) to gather the most memorable and surprising pictures of the Festival. Here are a few of the pictures we selected back then.Jean-Jacques Naudet

The first Rencontres team, Arles, 1971 -by Marc Pérard   [+]

From left to right: Jean-Claude Lemagny, Todd Webb, Michel Tournier, Lucien Clergue, Jean-Claude Gautrand, Jean-Pierre Sudre, Édouard Boubat, Denis Brihat, Jean Dieuzaide, Jean-Maurice Rouquette
[the only one who is not identified is the one who hides behind Jean-Claude Gautrand]

Thanks to yama-bato who asked me a question. While digging for an answer I found some great archive photos of the first decade (1970s) of the Rencontres d’Arles. Founded in 1970 by the photographer Lucien Clergue, the writer Michel Tournier and the historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette. This annual festival takes place between July and September in Arles.

I’ll post here some of my ‘heroes’; the serie is still online at La lettre de la photographie where there is more… The credit of this serie goes to La lettre for the online presentation and for the Archive work to:

In 2009, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rencontres d’Arles, François Hébel asked Catherine Philippot, Françoise Riss, Christian Caujolle and myself (Jean-Jacques Naudet) to gather the most memorable and surprising pictures of the Festival. Here are a few of the pictures we selected back then.
Jean-Jacques Naudet

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