Currently exhibited at The Venice Biennale and at The Hayward Gallery in London, pictures of the american photographer Eugene Von Bruenchenhein are to be discovered since the 17th october at the Christian Berst Gallery in Paris. For the first time in Europe since more of twenty years, this monographic exhibition redraws the amazing portrait series of his wife Mary, became successively his muse, his issue, his inspiration, directly or indirectly, of his whole work.
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