ROVING EYE: During his long career as head of Hermès, Jean-Louis Dumas, who stepped down in 2006 due to illness, snapped thousands of photos on his Leica during his many travels around the world. Around 100 of those black-and-white images are on display at Paris’ Maison Européenne de la Photographie. It is the first museum exhibition dedicated to Dumas’ work. German editor Steidl is publishing a tome to coincide with the show, which runs through Oct. 26.
Maison Européenne de la Photographie, 5-7 Rue de Fourcy 75004; +33-1-44-78-75-00
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