The exhibition at Collection Regard, Berlin, shows women’s legs photographed by Manfred Paul between 1986 and 1990. This cycle was created “en passant”, passing by, and almost exclusively in Berlin. The legs present themselves in nylon or naked, standing or elegantly crossed, entirely visible or in graphically appearing details. These works were never shown before. They will be completed with still...
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