In the 1960s, New York was the melting pot of all transformations. Henri Dauman places us at the heart of a country with dynamic and conquering images. John Lindsay and John Fitzgerald Kennedy are experimenting with new forms of political marketing, communication is changing.
In the golden age of magazines, with originality, the photographer echoes it. American society is then in full transformation, minorities demonstrate, youth becomes rebellious, the bourgeoisie basks in the sun and legendary leaders are swept away by the young wolves of politics. More than a photographic exhibition, Henri Dauman - The Sixties is the mirror of our time.
Exhibition invited by the City of Levallois from January 25 to February 18, 2022 in the halls of honor of the town hall.
Retrospective proposed by Muse Association and Levallois Culture.
Based on an original idea by Vincent Montana
Original curators: François Cheval and Audrey Hoareau
Restoration of photographs: Sylvain Charles.
Levallois City Hall
1 Place de la République
from January 25, 2022 to February 18, 2022
Monday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursdays 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Metro Line 3
Anatole France stop
Levallois Town Hall stop
From Saint-Lazare train station, train L