The enfant terrible of contemporary photography strikes again. He is showing a new series in Paris that reveals his unparalleled love for the living beings, down the weirdest. An open mouth with a frog inside. An intubated man at a hospital, his face wrapped in twill tape that holds the apparatus in place. The gaping mouth of a toad. As soon as they enter the exhibition, visitors are overwhelmed by the organic dimension of Juergen Teller’s photographs. In the first exhibition room at the Suzanne Tarasieve Gallery in Paris, the photographer included a self-portrait. We see him stretched on his […]
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