Inexhaustible source of inspiration, the body has always been for Henri Foucault, as for many sculptors, a subject for study, and more so, an absolute fascination. Henri Foucault does not only photograph bodies, he sculpts them and tries, through a selection of them, to express their multitude. It is the very sculptural dimension of the body, its fundamental aspect, that draws his interest. The challenge is for him to represent it without ever falling into some kind of eroticism, nor into the figurative. Sculptor at heart, Henri Foucault nevertheless chose photography a long time ago. Unless he was chosen by...
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