The self-portrait allows Anne Veoffrey to show her body as an enigma. In revelation,it hides as much as it shows. It springs forth from the depths, consumes shadows that clear, more or less, to disturbing transparencies in the rippling of fabric or by the “imperfections” that the artist has taken care to apply to her own image. The questioning that begins is much deeper than that of sensuality. Distanced by the impression of closeness, the body offers itself and refuses at the same time.
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