Introduction
Marc Riboud (French: [ʁibu]; 24 June 1923 – 30 August 2016) was a French photographer, best known for his extensive reports on the Far East: The Three Banners of China, Face of North Vietnam, Visions of China, and In China.
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Q702625
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Introduction
French photographer known for his 60-year career spanning what is considered the golden age of photojournalism. Riboud moved to Paris in 1952 to become a freelance photojournalist and met Cartier-Bresson, who became his mentor. Cartier-Bresson nominated him to join Magnum in 1953, and he worked for the agency until 1979. He was one of the first to photograph Communist China, and spent time in the Soviet Union, Algeria, West Africa, and Asia, notably in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. His work has been exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago,1964; and the International Center of Photography, in 1975, 1988, and 1997. He was the subject of retrospectives at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1985 and the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris in 2004.
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photojournalist, Photographer
Names
Marc Riboud, Maruku Ribū, リブーマルク
Ulan
500067675
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