9 mai, boulevard Saint-Michel, Daniel Cohn-Bendit May 9, boulevard Saint-Michel, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Paris, France © Claude Raimond-Dityvon
11 mai, rue Gay-Lussac May 11, rue Gay-Lussac, Paris, France © Claude Raimond-Dityvon
10 mai, boulevard Saint-Michel, manifestation May 10, boulevard Saint-Michel, demonstration © Claude Raimond-Dityvon
23 mai, place Saint-Michel May 23, place Saint-Michel, Paris, France © Claude Raimond-Dityvon
- Claude Dityvon
- Born in the port town of La Rochelle in southwestern France, Claude Dityvon (1937–2008) was a photographer whose work dealt with many humanist themes—the poor, coal miners, sports, cinema. He was honoured with France’s most prestigious photographic award, the Prix Niépce, in 1970. This May 1968 series of images was exhibited at New York City’s Guggenheim Museum in 1988. In the same year, Le Monde ran the photographs every day for one month. Dityvon had over 200 solo shows and is considered one of the top French photographers of the 20th century.