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Henri Manuel was one of the first photographers to build up a clientele of politicians, while Nadar established his more artistic renown in the world of culture, even though politicians were also keen to come and pose in his studio. Photography was progressing, but, other than identity portraits, the vast majority of images diffused by the SFIO were of crowds. Photographers snapped impersonal groups of activists in the open air, on demonstrations, in convention rooms, or on leaving a meeting.
These were the images the socialist press promoted to illustrate political events. At the convention, apart from two portraits of Guesde and Bracke , all the photos show rooms, delegates leaving, or demonstrations. Few show the convention platform or speakers. The editors chose rather to show the mass making up the party, with the SFIO depicted in its activist collegiality. Many volumes have identity photos of political and administrative leaders, journalists, and elected SFIO politicians, but none of the leaders in action or on the platform.
It is not given any particular prominence, and even comes third, beneath two other shots showing the dense crowd gathered at the meeting the day before, published side-by-side across three columns. But without excessive deference. The framing might suggest a desire to glorify the subject, but the political line of the magazine and content of the article rule out any such hypothesis. It is a matter of showing an isolated, aggressive man beneath the halo of a red flag which invasively fills the frame in this cropped version , coloring the demagogic words of the socialist deputy.
The crowd has disappeared, only a manipulator remains. Our research has not turned up any other instances of this photo being used in the press in the weeks following the event or over the course of the following years. Nevertheless, what the authors of this popular image have focused on is the gesture and what it evokes. To the best of our knowledge, this dating error was not reproduced in the very many centenary publications in , nearly all of which used the iconic photo this time round.
The flag and the Phrygian caps on the poles of the two other flags attached to the makeshift platform were colored red, with the speaker being left in black and white In the early s the image was being rediscovered. Sometimes the flag was recolored, and the image solarized, in tune with the aesthetic criteria of the editors of the period documents 4 and 5. This publication did not give the name of the photographer once again. That was when it became an emblematic image.
By now it embodied the assassinated orator. Is this alteration merely a matter of marketing, to simplify or clarify how to read this image 30? Further examples could be given of the way the image has been manipulated and diverted from its original meaning. The context and event act as proof. It is but a short step from peace to pacifism. The famous well-loved orator is presented in majesty, in action, and as a future victim, a martyr to the cause for peace. It acquired its meaning retrospectively, bringing him back to life, resuscitating his sacrifice, recounting a moment with activists in the hope of saving the peace.
This photo, rediscovered in its full original form, may thus be used to tell several stories. It takes us back to a time when socialism was uncompromised by power. The image has truly acquired the status of a source.
L'art de la philosophie
A source that can no longer be toyed with. This history is far from consensual. Despite its divergences, the left may look to its martyr and draw comfort. He was great. He sacrificed himself. Thanks to his image, the hope is still alive that another world was indeed possible. Duclert, R. Fabre, P. Cependant, dans certains des rapports de police, le chiffre de est aussi repris.
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