Martine Frank 1938-2012

Photographe belge. Née à Anvers - morte à Paris à 74 an. Elle est la dernière femme de Henri Cartier-Bresson. en 1964, photographe officielle de la compagnie de théâtre Théâtre du Soleil d'Ariane Mnouchkine. en 1970, intègre l'agence VU avant de devenir l'une des cofondatrices de l'agence Viva en 1972. En 1983, elle devient membre de l'agence Magnum Photos. Wiki
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Martine Franck

This is a photo by Henri Carier-Bresson I like this one becaue it has a leading line angle in and I like the way how he took this picture looking up spiral stairs with people popping their heads up,

Martine Franck. FRANCE. Paris. The "Grande Arche de la Défense" (commercial and financial district). 1989

Martine Franck The Grande Arche de la Défense (commercial and financial district), Paris, 1989 From Magnum Photos Thanks to

Martine Franck

hauntedbystorytelling: “ Martine Franck :: ‘Peintres de l’imaginaire exhibition’ (Painting by Paul Delvaux), Grand Palais, Paris, 1972 / source: Fondation HCB more [+] by this photographer ”

Martine Frank, monastery Nepal 1996

© Martine Franck, Shechen Monastery, Bodnath / Nepal Tulku Khentrul Lodro Rabsel years old) with his tutor Lhagyel. At the age of Khentrul decided that he had lived enough with his.

Pompidou Centre, National Museum of Modern Art, Paris 1977 by Martine Franck   (“Paris - New York” exhibition - photographs from the “Handshow ” by the French artist Robert Filliou and the US artist Scott Hyde showing the hands of 24 artists.)

Pompidou Centre, National Museum of Modern Art, Paris 1977 by Martine Franck (“Paris - New York” exhibition - photographs from the “Handshow ” by the French artist Robert Filliou and the US artist Scott Hyde showing the hands of 24 artists.

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