The Franco-American photographer Alain Rivière-Lecoeur began his career in New York. He learned about light and rigor from the portraitist Hans Namuth, and about texture and material from the stylist Don Sagramoso. Chairs de terre: bodies frozen in motion. Man and mineral. Skin and the original earth. A two-year study that captures moments of abandon and intense emotion.
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