La Galerie Anne Clergue in Arles is holding the exhibition Manzanares, père et fils by the photographer Joséphine Douet. It runs through April 25th. For the first time ever, a fashion photographer followed a “torero” and his “cuadrilla,” his team, and captured their daily lives. Night and day without compromise, all across Spain, a woman blended into this purely masculine crew, disappearing before their eyes to gain the most intimate accessible possible.
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