A kiss says it all.
The Henri Cartier Bresson foundation has an exhibit of one of France’s most illustrious photographers, Robert Doisneau, until April 18, 2010. Doisneau is best known for his pictures of Parisian life.
Images of children playing in the street, people at cafes, and other candid shots of Parisian life are captured in his photos.
To experience and see a time of yesteryear, this special exhibit is worth a trip down memory lane.
Gaité, line 13, exit n° 1, next to Rue de l’Ouest
Edgard Quinet, line 6, next to rue de la Gaité
Line 28 and 58 stop at Losserand-Maine
Line 88, stop at Jean Zay – Maine
Avenue du Maine, rue de l’Ouest
From Tuesday to Sunday from 1 PM to 6.30 PM, Saturday from 11 AM to 6.45 PM
Late night Wednesdays until 8.30 PM
Closed on Mondays and between the exhibitions. Open on November 11th. Accessibility for disabled visitors.
6 € adults
3 € under 26, seniors, press, unemployed and disabled persons
Free on Wednesday evening (6.30 PM – 8.30 PM) and for the Friends of the Foundation
Address: 2 impasse Lebouis, 75014 Paris