Leon Levinstein is “a cannibal photographer”, according to the beautiful formula of Armelle Godeluck. A rare animal, very rare, crazy talent, carnivorous frame; a character of a wild dog doing nothing to become domesticable, an absolute pain-to-enjoy refusing any relaxation, and thus curbing the recognition of his unique work. He will have to die so that, without the tortured weight of his presence to the other, his immense work, so singularly avant-garde, at once so close and so far from his object / subject, begins to be recognized for what it is: that of a major photographer of the twentieth century. From the Harry Lunn Collection and the Howard Greenberg Gallery, the photographs exhibited at Galerie Mandarine (75006 Paris), dated and signed, are as rare as the talent of their author. Until Saturday, November 24, 2018.