Jean-Paul Sartre, 1946

Silver gelatin print. +9.5% DDV/VAT, edition of 12
27 x 27 cm
10 5/8 x 10 5/8 inches
Walter Carone was inventing a new way of taking pictures of crime scenes, celebrities, backstage politics. Confidence, liberty, audaciousness, complicity, creativity, humor and feelings brought him close to his subjects, revealing pictures that would disappear with the arrival of the Paparazzi for whom Walter Carone was both in staunch opposition and a precursor. Courtesy Galerija Fotografija.
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