The Galerie Les Douches in Paris presents exceptional images of the photographer who died at the age of thirty-six. An ode to the weirdness and anatomy of the body. As in an attic where sordid and disturbing objects, funny or surprising, would be strewn, the world offered by Hervé Guibert through this series of photographs is an encounter with strangeness. Head of wax dolls, cut hands, skeletons of animals … The photographer was able to penetrate behind the scenes of institutions such as the Musée Grévin, the Musée de l’Homme in Paris or the Specola in Florence and drew these […]
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