I have wonderful memories about Jean-Jacques Dicker. Between 1975 and 1980, I would see him once a year at Photo magazine. He lived in Hawaii, he was extremely sexy, and every year he’d go off to East Africa in search of brothels. He took very sensuous pictures. Five visits, five publications: eroticism at Photo was very cutting edge. Then, there followed a thirty-five-year-long silence, and now an exhibition at the Auer Photo Foundation.
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