The 20 photographs in the exhibition Les femmes sont belles pay tribute to femininity: Anders Petersen’s proud, almost insolent beauties; Bill Steber’s beautiful, sensual dancer in a Mississippi juke joint; the beautiful legs in black silk stockings shot by Nathalie Amand; Isabelle Huppert, beautiful and dreamy in a Venice hotel, shot by Hugues de Wurstemberger; Françoise, beautiful, caressed by her husband Bernard Plossu’s camera; Carla van de Puttelaar’s dozing fairies… A few lovely words from Alain D’Hooge at the Box Galerie.
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