Enter the 1990s. After the AIDS years, the world stopped dancing. As did Jeanloup Sieff, he who so loved to photograph dance and dancers. His photography would now follow the no-danse movement of that era. Just look at this photograph of Catherine Deneuve in the Jardin du Luxembourg. It’s cold. The star hugs herself, with her arms close to her body, staring unsettlingly at the photographer over her sunglasses, which are pushed down on her nose.
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