Raymond Cauchetier: chronicler of the French New Wave

One of the most influential and innovative film-set photographers of his day, Cauchetier – who still lives in the same Paris apartment in which he was born in 1920 – was for many years the unacknowledged genius behind some of the most iconic images of 1960s French cinema. Following a sustained campaign to have his work recognised, and with events such as the 50th anniversary of the release of Jean-Luc Godard’s A Bout de Souffle (Breathless) in 2010 driving a resurgence of interest in New Wave cinema, Cauchetier is now ale to claim his rightful place in French photographic history. Building on the success of James Hyman Gallery’s 2010 show, La Nouvelle Vague: Iconic New Wave Photographs by Raymond Cauchetier (Cauchetier’s first ever solo show in London), this new exhibition will showcase previously un-editioned, landmark images from such cult classics as A Bout de Souffle (1959), Une Femme est Une Femme (1960), Jules et Jim (1961) and Peau de Banan (1963). Get more info about the gallery HERE 6794936645_77874e177b_b

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