Patrick Ullmann
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Patrick Ullmann began to photograph the world of French music and songs in 1961, first at the Studio des Variétés shows and then on the set of the Europe I program Musicorama. Beginning in 1970, he became the official photographer at the Olympia, with his studio and laboratory set up under the stage. From 1965 to 1978 Patrick Ullmann worked closely and sometimes very personally with the great names of French songs such as Charles Trenet, Barbara, Georges Brassens, Léo Ferré and Charles Aznavour, and all the celebrities popular at the time. He was one of the last to leave the mythical theater before its renovation in 1998. His production from the 1960s and 1970s, acquired by Roger-Viollet in 1990, has been completed by a series of portraits of contemporary variety and world music singers--Diam's, Arthur H. Cesaria Evora etc., which were done by the photographer in 2005.

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1839
2024