Andre Kertesz, Rencontre, 8 Mai 1959, Texas, 1959, Gelatin silver print, vintage, 19,6 x 24,7 cm
Andre Kertesz, Rencontre, 8 Mai 1959, Texas, 1959, Gelatin silver print, vintage, 19,6 x 24,7 cm 
Ernst Haas, Last DP's (Displaced Persons) boat, Ellis Island, 1951, Gelatin-silver print, vintage, 21,4 x 20,4 cm Germaine Krull, Des gants blancs, 1925-1926, Gelatin silver print, vintage, 20,3 x 14,7 cm Hervé Guibert, Le fiancé I, 1982, Gelatin silver print, vintage, 22,7 x 15 cm Jaromir Funke, L'oeil, Z cyklu Cas trva du cycle Le temps qui dure, 1932, Gelatin silver print, from the portfolio Fotografie, 1928-58 published in  23,5 x 29,7 cm
 
Manuel Àlvarez Bravo, La desvendada, 1938, Gelatin silver print, vintage, 17,7 x 12,7 cm  Paul Pouvreau, Mascarade, 2015-2016, Pigment inkjet print on Baryta Prestige Canson paper, 50 x 33,5 cm   Pierre Boucher, Sans titre, 1942, Gelatin silver print, vintage, 26,5 x 22,6 cm  Sabine Weiss Paris, La ruée vers l'or, 1955, Gelatin silver print, vintage, printed by the artist, 30,5 x 21,4 cm Sébastien Camboulive, Contiguïté #16, 2018, Pigment print on paper Hannemühle Fine Art, 23 x 30 cm 

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The works selected are representative of our two main domains of interest.
The first is street photography, as depicted in the vintage works of Ernst Haas and Sabine Weiss.
The second investigates the resurgence of photographic practice: Pierre Boucher and Jaromir Funke in the 1930s, Andre Kertesz in the 1950s, and Paul Pouvreau and Sébastien Camboulive for the formal research they've conducted that increases the medium's possibilities nowadays.