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Gaston Paris (1905-86) was a French photographer.

Gaston Paris began his career in the thirties and was for a time the only salaried photographer of the VU magazine, working alongside Laure Albin-Guillot, Germaine Krull, André Kertész, Martin Munkacsi, Man Ray and Robert Capa.

Surrealist work

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  • "Flowers without perfume, perfume of all the flowers" (1937)
  • "The original Radium has just entered into its 26th year" (1937)

Reconstruction of a murder scene

Scène de meurtre

Scène de meurtre (c. 1935) is the title of a photoshoot by French photojournalist Gaston Paris. The title translates as murder scene.

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