Designer Agnès b. remembered a conversation she had with curator Martine d’Astier about Jacques Henri Lartigue twenty years ago. Today, she hosts an exhibition that offers a new understanding of the work of this photographer they both admire. This exchange gives the opportunity of a very special exhibition, more than a third of the images exhibited have never been shown before, 145 of his most private photographs have been chosen and help answer frequent questions, pay tribute to Lartigue and to his models, and reveal the creative process of this precocious artist, who has produced a really unique body of...
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