DUREV GALLERY IN PARIS PRESENTS THE JACQUES LÉONARD EXHIBITION “ET SI L’ON DANSAIT…” From February 9th to March 29th, Durev Gallery in Paris will show an exhibition of current gypsy-themed analogue prints, some never seen, based on the original negatives. A collaboration with the Anne Clergue Galerie in Arles has allowed the exhibition to reach the French capital despite the health crisis.
ANNE CLERGUE GALERIE IN ARLES PRESENTS THE JACQUES LÉONARD EXHIBITION “ALEGRÍA”
Analogue prints from the original Jacques Léonard negatives about gipsy culture. They can be purchased in France for the first time. From June 26 to September 5, 2020
DALI’S “PAYO” FRIEND
The 3rd Cadaqués Photography Festival brings to light fifteen portraits of the painter, some of which had never been seen before, taken by Jacques Léonard during the 1950s and 1960s.
El Punt Avui, 14 September 2019
THE PATHWAYS IN GIRONA TO FLEE THE NAZIS
In spite of the fascist dictatorship, tens of thousands of people tried to enter Spain through the counties in Girona for countless reasons between 1939 and 1945 to escape the advance of the German army through Europe.
Diari de Girona, 3 June 2018
ROMA WITHOUT FILTERS
The “Mondes tsiganes” exhibit in the Musée de l’histoire de l’immigration depicts the role that photographers played in manufacturing stereotypes associated with this community.
LE FIGARO, 24 March 2018