Imagine you come to work on a rainy Monday morning and your boss has this tiny little task for you: create a book about the history of Paris. Tough one, but Jean Claude Gautrand did a good job. Paris, the capital of light, love and photography, captured in 624 pages by Jean Claude, one of France’s most distinguished experts on photography. A massive coffee table book, similar to the one Taschen did on New York. We can’t stop wondering, though, why a picture of Helmut Newton on the cover of a book about Paris?
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