Art interpreted: Life in black and white

May 1, 2019 9:00PM

Each and every black and white photograph of Robert Doisneau displayed in the Dubois Gallery boasts astonishing cinematic sensibility. They encapsulate the Parisian life, with both its charm and chaos, in the aftermath of World War II and, stylistically, a unique period when the sea-changes of the digital revolution over the past decade have not detained the magic of spontaneity....

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