In 1951 the New York Museum of Modern Art exhibited five French photographers who were inventing a new "street view" style of photography. Their names are now famous: Brassaï, Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau et Willy Ronis, and Izis being the least famous among them
The city of Paris is not making us "rediscover" this amazingly talented photographer with a wonderful exhibit of 270 prints, and a beautiful online exhibits with full HD images produced with the zoomorama technology. The online exhibit also contains a great video wall with ten YouTube videos placed side by side that you can view one after another without ever changing page.
For anyone interested you can get the XML source code to check out how easy it is to program such a mini-site. Simple press the "s" key while your cursor in on the zoomorama.
For the full description of the exhibit, running from Jan 20th until May 29th 2010, go to this page (French). Beautiful Online Design by Daniel de Fuenmayor.