A beautiful and troubling exhibition. A moving book. The origin of this project: an injunction from the essayist Robert Badinter at each of their meetings. “Bettina, you must go to prison, to photograph the women. They need your eye!” Three years ago, Bettina Rheims said, “Okay, let’s try it, who do I contact?” Badinter held out a card with a...
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