October 16 – October 31, 1978
Maltwood Art Gallery
This exhibition featured black and white photographs of Paris by John Harvey. Harvey was introduced to photography by his father and was hooked instantly.
What makes Paris a photographer’s city? Paris is beautiful, of course-and exciting-and romantic; but there are other less obvious factors. Parisians, although frequently said to be rude, are tolerant-and photographers require much tolerance.
-John Harvey, 1978