Interesting article in today's NY Times on the first solo HCB show since his death in '04. Featured are some juicy quotes from the sainted father of street photography: HCB called photography a 'duel without rules." The subtitle of the show (they seem to have omitted the main title from the article) is, "The Inner Silence of the Consenting Victim", borrowed from one of HCB's phrases. This begs the question, "how natural can a portrait ever be?" Of course his portraiture, especially after HCB became world-famous, was completely different from his street work. Contrivance was common in his portraiture ("Thus a large cross appears above the head of painter Charles Roualt"), etc. At the HCB Foundation in Paris.