Exploring the city through the lens of the French humanist movement, Toujours Paris at Peter Fetterman Gallery, Santa Monica, presents a poetic yet deeply relatable view of everyday life.
Defined by a sense of spontaneity, images by the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Stettner, Brassaï, Willy Ronis and Martine Franck capture moments of the quotidian, offering an authentic yet dreamlike view of the urban environment.
The show runs until 23 February. Find out more here.
1. Willy Ronis, Pluie, Place Vendôme, Paris, 1947
2. Martine Franck, Swimming Pool Designed by Alain Capeilleres, Le Brusc, Var, France, 1976.
3. Sabine Weiss, La sortie de metro, Paris. 1955.