Claude Nori

Born in 1949 in Toulouse to parents who emigrated from Italy, Claude Nori discovered photography during the May ’68 events at a time when he thought he would become a director.

In 1974, he left Toulouse for Paris and there established Contrejour: a newspaper, an editing house, and a gallery in Montparnasse. It quickly became the spot for meetings and promotion of new forms of photography. Contrejour has been publishing artist’s books by photographers such as: Guy le Querrec, Bernard Plossu, Sebastiao Salgado, Pierre and Gilles, Edouard Boubat, Robert Doisneau, and Willy Ronis.


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