I have an intense desire to record life as I see it, as I feel it. As long as I’m amazed and astonished, as long as I feel that events, messages, expressions and movements are all shot through with the miraculous, I’ll feel filled with the certainty I need to keep going. When that day comes, my doubts will vanish.” – Louis Faurer

Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris dedicates an exhibition to the work of American photographer, Louis Faurer, on view until December 18, 2016, best known for his photographs of everyday people in the streets of New York. Although his work was highly appreciated by other photographers, Faurer probably did not receive as much recognition as he deserved in the art world during his lifetime.

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Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson

2, impasse Lebouis
75014 Paris

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