Doisneau chez les Joliot-Curie - Un photographe au pays des physiciens
Directed by Michel Pinault
Romain Pages Éditions
Catalogue of the exhibition
devoted to the photographic work by Robert Doisneau from the 1940'
and 50' which gives a new look at scientific couple Irène and
Frédéric Joliot-Curie (awarded Nobel prize in 1935).
Arts, sciences and technology joined together to enhance the wide-sweeping
changes in French physics research in the middle of the 20th century.
Moreover you will discover huge facilities as "cyclotron" (one of
the most important French nuclear technologies initiated by Frédéric
Joliot-Curie) or "breeder".
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