The table that is the starting point of this series comes from the Carmel of Pontoise, which is 2 steps away from my studio. Thrown into the bulky refuse, I decided to recover it … Then, my models gave themselves to a “melee” all tension and power. In this game of contrasts between the curves of the body and the sharp edges of the table, the poses become tortuous, to the limit of the possible. I thought of this writing table, which had received so many prayers and confessions … Here it became the subject of other pleas. Jean-Michel...
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