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Centre Saint-Cyprien : Françoise Nuñez


Until November 4, the Saint-Cyprien center in Toulouse exhibits Françoise Nuñez, who passed away on December 24th, 2021. Didier Brousse her agent who represents her through his gallery Camera Obscura wrote these few words:

“Faraway but so near Ethiopia, India, Japan… It seems that her photography unfolds only in a state of weightlessness, of openness to the world offered by these privileged moments when one suddenly finds oneself immersed in a daily life of which we still don’t know the rules. Not attraction for exoticism for her, but rather the desire, through travel, to experience a form of hypersensitivity, a new awareness of life, and to put into images. (…) The photography of Françoise Nuñez is like this: no decisive moment, but the flow of the world which goes through you like a river.”
Didier Brousse


Born in Toulouse, Françoise Nuñez loved photography and travel, passions she shared in osmosis with her husband Bernard Plossu and their two children, Joaquim and Manuela. After having been Jean Dieuzaide’s assistant, she then pursued her personal path towards an elsewhere. She has published ten books. She died in 2021, at the age of 64.

Bernard Plossu added 2 images to the portfolio.
The 1st was made by Jean Dieuzaide the day they first met in 1980.
The second is the portrait he made in 1981 in Mexico!


Françoise Nuñez
Until November 4th, 2022
Centre Saint-Cyprien
56 All. Charles de Fitte
31300 Toulouse, France

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