These are the final days to see A corps perdu by Bruno Dayan at the Elephant Paname gallery in Paris. The exhibition offers viewers a journey into the sublime and the sensual, a journey into the heart of the feminine. The female body is the origin while the rest of the world is ordered in an extraordinary narrative in relationship to it and, possessed by color, transcended by light, the body tells a mysterious and haunting tale.
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