French photographer Marc Riboud (93) died
The world-famous French photographer Marc Riboud is at the age of 93 died. That has his family Wednesday announced.
Riboud was born in Lyon and was established in 1952 in Paris. There he met Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson and then to join their fotopersbureau Magnum.
He explained a lot of honor, among numerous reportages in the far east, including in China during the Mao regime.
One of his most famous pictures was the flower girl in 1967. That is a young activist against the Vietnam war to be seen with a flower in the hand opposite a row of soldiers with rifles at the ready.
Riboud made all over the world a great impression with the Painter of the eiffel tower, a man who is at a great height, like a ballet dancer the wrought iron components in the paint.