A dreamlike exhibit!

While many museums offer free access to their permanent collection (it's the case of all the museums managed by the City of Paris: Musée Carnavalet, Maison de Balzac, Musée d' Art Moderne, Musée Zadkine...), rare are the temporary exhibits with a high quota of glamour allowing visitors to walk in for free.

Exception for « Izis, the dream photographer of Paris » with a homage to the marvelous Izis--aka Izraëlis Bidermanas--, poor relative and fifth artist of the famous « French photographers » bunch of the humanist movement, showcased at the Museum of Modern Art in New-York with Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau, Brassaï and Willy Ronis.

On the walls: nearly 270 photographs, books, issues of Paris Match and documents filmed with Prévert, amongst others... A palette of works unveiling in turn an artist, reporter, great portraitist but also a browser on the prowl who enhances the dream and the slowness at the heart of a city he portrays as mythical...

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