“The best word to describe this part of my work is probably ‘free.’ The ways in which eroticism and pornography are represented can be very boring, sometimes very demonstrative, and often quite grotesque. There are few artists whose erotic work lasts. I have always taken pleasure in placing certain traits of my sexuality in confrontation with another person’s. ” The work of Geoffroy de Boismenu is remarkable for its liberated vision of sexuality, which is not without tenderness, sometimes funny, and never vulgar.
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