The photographs presented on this websitesite are distributed by Letzalem in Europe. For further information, contact: sales[at]

Prints of the photographs are enlarged from the argentic film onto silver gelatin baryta paper by Toros Aldjajian up to format 50x60 cm, under the control of the photographer. Each copy is signed and numbered on the back. 

In four different sizes, subject to availability:

  • 24x30 cm, edition of 3
  • 30x40 cm, edition of 7
  • 40x50 cm, edition of 5
  • 50x60 cm, edition of 3 

The works distributed by Letzalem (Paris, France) and The Rangefinder Gallery (Chicago, Illinois) are gelatin silver prints on Ilford Warmtone baryta paper, printed by Toros Aladjajian from the original negatives. Toros Aladjajian was born in Haïfa in 1945. He lived with his parents and family in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City in Jerusalem where he learned the art of printing argentic films with Elia Kahvedjian of Elia Photo Service. In 1965 he moved to Europe and worked in Paris from 1967 for Pictorial Service. He did printing for Henri Cartier-Bresson, Willy Ronis, Robert Doisneau, Josef Koudelka, amongst other famous photographers.