For the first time, Leica exhibits an artistic vision of fashion born in the late 80s and initiated by Gérard Musy, Swiss photographer represented by the gallery Esther Woerdehoff; backstage photography. In 1987, Gérard Musy was 28 years old and immersed himself in a merry Parisian world, free and effervescence, to seize the grace and the lightness. His images in Black and White illustrate remarkably his art of tight composition with the open frame of Leica M. The backstage photos are punctuated by a selection of images in rich and deep colors taken among others for the account of the...
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