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pUBLIC PLACES IN PARIS

 

“I believe that what happens in a public place should be a matter of public record” Mr. Turpin

 

Would Henri Cartier-Bresson be able to make his famous street photography today or would the now existing national law be a hindrance for this kind of photography? Exactly this fact the photographers were to investigate on their trip to Paris. Each photographer had to explore and comment on the fact that ’public places’ aren’t that public in Paris any longer. For 24 years France continue to have one of the strictest laws in the world when it comes to photographing in public places. The question is then what it does to the photographer and the people who are being photographed, what it does to photography and how it then effects the writing of history in the long run.