Galerie Miranda presents a photographic dialogue between the sensuality of Fernand Fossagrives’ formal black and white nudes from the 1950s and the contemporary manipulated works by Noé Sendas – rigorous, sophisticated and witty. Fernand Fonssagrives (1910 – 2003, France) Born in 1910 to a sculptor father and a musician mother, Fonssagrives developed an early sensitive to physical grace and movement and his first career was as a dancer. He moved to America at the age of 18 to continue his studies of dance and returned to Europe at the age of 21 for his military service. In 1935 he met the young Swedish dancer...
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