The artist Pierre Alechinsky was supportive of L’Insensé from day one, contributing with complicity, good humor, and mischief, through to his last black and white cover ,entitled “Light,” signaling the purely photographic turn of the magazine in the 2000s. The Eye of Photography brings you a selection of iconic covers and archival material. http://www.linsense.fr/...
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