The Rencontres d’Arles ended on a misunderstanding. A picture of Viviane Sassen. Vertical image. Two bodies are hiding themselves between the leaves of a three. A bag is standing on the middle. From this image, I conclude that, paradoxically, with this “Arles in Black” program I was looking for the color. Surprise, I found it on Guy Bourdin’s exhibition. Meanwhile anyone were talking about how good were his black and white pictures, I have been more touched by the projection of his color images.
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