Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.

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Marcel Bovis’ 1939: Reflections of the Eiffel Tower

Marcel Bovis' 1939: Reflections of the Eiffel Tower

Marcel Bovis was a self-taught photographer. Beginning in 1927, Bovis often photographed Paris at night (his most famous photo is Cafe de Nuit). He loved fairs and circuses, and published a book about them in 1948, called Fetes foraines. (information provided by New England Art Express)

Source: Wired

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