Pranks of children and meetings of lovers: how did the world see the classic of French photography?

Pranks of children and meetings of lovers: how did the world see the classic of French photography?

25 June 2019, 16:44
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These photos belonged to the French photographer of the XX century Edward Buba. The artist traveled the world and shot everything he sees. Most of his photos dedicated to people.

For the love of people often subjected to outside criticism. He was accused of unwillingness to cover military conflicts. The photographer said that even in the midst of war and bustle there should be a quiet place where you can take a breath and think about beauty.

Buba was a born humanist. He rejected all ideological prejudices and any violence. The famous French poet Jacques Prévert called the artist "the photographer of the world."

His work has become one of the symbols of humanistic photography of the XX century.
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