Anne Clergue presents her latest exhibition , black-and-white nude photographs of women by Aranka Israni. Of Indian origin, Israni is based in New York. Alternating between cultures that fascinated her as a child and sharpened her sense of the unspoken. Central to her work is the acceptance of simultaneous layers of emotional truth in her subject, contrasting and complex, as well as the exploration of the balance of male and female energies.
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