What is it that a photograph unlocks? What happens to this one word among others when the nudity in the portrait unlocks it, that is to say, is it made bigger, does it fondle it? In what sense can the “image” itself be laid bare? These are the questions posed by Jacqueline Devreux whose works are absolutely astonishing because they are fractal without being provoking. They link nudity to the exhibition but do much more: they go a step further.
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