A year ago, La Hune, the legendary bookstore of Saint Germain in Paris, burned. It is reopening today with an exhibition of Ellen von Unwerth. Here are some pictures. For more than thirty years, Ellen von Unwerth has been presenting a vision of sensual, free women. Running thru her photographs is an authentic distance to codes, an undisguised joy to overcome the classic yoke of nakedness, guided by unparalleled energy, grain and identifiable framing. This exhibition of 25 photographs is an ode to synesthesia, an invitation to lightness, imbued with the real mastery of the artist. After nearly a year […]
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