Marguerite Duras and Hélène Bamberger met in Trouville in 1980 and became friends until the writer’s death. Accompanying the her, Bamberger photographed the world Duras recreated in houses in Paris, Neauphle-le-Château and Trouville. She photographed the objects Duras collected, like lace and dried flowers, and the writer’s desk, along with her favorite landscapes, like the changes of time upon her face.
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