Marc Nader Fine Art Photography | No Entry, Paris 1969


 

 

           

No Entry, Paris 1969 | 404

Insight | What could have better rendered the spirit of the 60s counter culture than this mundane door in Saint-Germain, re-born to the colors of change and hope. What stroke me most and which I found quite funny, was the awkwardly placed no-entry sign right next to it. This image, shot on Kodachrome transparency film, was graded 5 Stars in the 1971 Kodak World Color challenge.

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 Love the bold colors and shapes on this doorway. It is those bright colors that are inviting to the viewer to take a step inside. The irony is that right next to the door frame is a No Entry street sign. An eye catching mix of colors and signals. Chrystyne Novack

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