For over thirty years, Guy Bourdin has pushed the boundaries of contemporary fashion photography and his work is always a source of inspiration and fascination. This autodidact has dedicated his life to an artistic quest that has also been expressed through painting, film and writing. An avant-garde creator, he was undoubtedly one of the most influential fashion photographers of the twentieth century. Fascinating and revolutionary, his work continues to inspire his contemporaries and is the object of a true cult. Fashion photography served as a medium to convey a difficult message to decode, to explore a universe halfway between the...
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